STONE SOUR To Release New Album In 2010
STONE SOUR guitarist Josh Rand has issued the following update:
"Our tentative plan is to start rehearsals for the new album in the fall of 2009, hit the studio at the beginning of 2010, and release around summer time. I have to say that all of us are really thrilled about having Roy [Mayorga, drums] in the writing process this time around. I've heard song ideas from everyone, and I have a feeling this could be the most diverse STONE SOUR album yet!"
In related news, Josh has been working on a new project called MOONSHOT. "It's a female-fronted rock band, and I'm pretty excited about it!" he said. Three songs from the group — "Blood Red", "Feedback" and "Riptide" — are available for streaming on the MOONSHOT MySpace page.
STONE SOUR's gold-certified sophomore CD, "Come What(ever) May", is available in a special edition featuring six bonus tracks, four music videos, and a complete concert filmed in Moscow.
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