Video footage of Corey Taylor of STONE SOUR performing the song "Bother" during the band's May 3, 2011 concert at The National in Richmond, Virginia during the "Avalanche Tour" can be viewed below.Taylor's new book, titled "Seven Deadly Sins - Settling The Argument Between Born Bad And Damaged Good", will be published in July. The 256-page hardcover sees Taylor speaking directly to his fans and sharing his worldview about life as a sinner. Taylor told The Pulse Of Radio, "It's about the seven deadly sins, and my take on them basically, that they're not sins at all, that they're things that in the long run kind of help us to be better people. They're not sins, they're mistakes. But also, you know, kind of balancing it with stories from, you know, growing up, from being on the road, and how I handled these quote-unquote deadly sins and hopefully came out on the other side as a better person." STONE SOUR's third album, "Audio Secrecy", has sold 169,000 copies in the United States since its September 2010 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
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