STONE SOUR: London Show Cancelled

June 16, 2006

Following their storming set on the main stage at this year's Download festival, STONE SOUR have unfortunately been forced to postpone their previously announced London show on July 5 due to a scheduling conflict. Lead singer Corey Taylor stated, "We had such an incredible time at Download this year and feel terrible about having to miss our London show. We look forward to seeing all of our U.K. fans and making it up to them this fall!"

STONE SOUR premiered the video for another new tune, called "30/30-150", on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" on June 3. The group also recently shot a clip for "Through Glass" with director Tony Petrossian (HEAD AUTOMATICA, AVENGED SEVENFOLD).

"Come What(ever) May" is due out on August 1 and follows up the Iowa-based band's self-titled, gold-certified 2002 debut, which featured the hit "Bother".

STONE SOUR will join KORN, DEFTONES and FLYLEAF on this summer's Family Values tour, beginning in late July and extending into September.

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