STONE SOUR: 360-Degree Performance Video For 'Somebody Stole My Eyes'

July 5, 2017

STONE SOUR has released a 360-degree performance video for the song "Somebody Stole My Eyes", featured on the band's new album, "Hydrograd". The clip was filmed at Sphere Studios in North Hollywood, California and can be seen below.

"Hydrograd" was released on June 30 via Roadrunner Records. The disc was recorded at Sphere Studios with producer Jay Ruston, who has previously worked with ANTHRAX and STEEL PANTHER. The band tracked the album live in the studio, cutting a total of 18 songs from which 15 made the CD.

STONE SOUR frontman Corey Taylor confirmed in an interview with Billboard that there will be two Knotfests this year — one in Mexico and one in California, again combined with Ozzfest — but that he'll be there with STONE SOUR and not SLIPKNOT.

The singer said it's important for Knotfest to take place without its namesake band headlining, explaining: "I think in a lot of ways your festival has to live past you, or it's not gonna live at all... That's why we put so much work into it to begin with, is to really make sure that it was stable and it was strong and the foundation was there."

A Knotfest documentary — "Day Of The Gusano", filmed last year in Mexico — will premiere on September 6 in theaters for a special one-night-only screening.

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