Stone Sour Is Back In The Recording Studio
Stone Sour is back at Room 237, the Burbank, California recording studio owned and operated by the band’s drummer, Roy Mayorga, to work on a new album (follows up their last original album “House Of Gold And Bones”, a double concept album which was released in two parts in 2012 and 2013).
Stone Sour singer Corey Taylor was recently a guest of Eddie Trunk’s show and said they had 14 songs ready to go and that the band’s new album will go “in a different reaction than the older stuff — like a little more rock and roll, a little more expanding the range again.”
Taylor’s touring schedule with his other band Slipknot means Stone Sour won’t hit the road ’til sometime next year.
Last year Stone Sour named guitarist Christian Martucci as the permanent replacement for Jim Root, who was dismissed from the band in late 2013 after he decided to sit out the group’s last tour in order to work on the new Slipknot album. Martucci was recruited to play on that tour and was confirmed as a permanent member in March 2015 in a Facebook post.
Root played on all five Stone Sour studio albums.
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