The Rockstar Energy Drink's Uproar TV has posted episode 5 in its ongoing series.In this episode, Uproar TV heads to Nashville, Tennessee to hang out with STONE SOUR in the studio as the band records its third album, "Audio Secrecy". "It's miles above everything we've done before," says frontman Corey Taylor of the band's new record. "Audio Secrecy" is due for release this summer via Roadrunner Records. Taylor tells The Pulse of Radio that the follow-up to 2006's "Come What(ever) May" is a major musical step forward for the group. "This is the culmination of all the confidence that we gained on 'Come What(ever) May' and, you know, just the fact that for the first time in a long time, this band has all contributed to everything that we've got, with all five band members writing and just all the cylinders firing at once, man," he says. "It's incredible. I can't tell you how proud I am of everything we've got right now." Taylor admits he hasn't had the best track record with relationships. He says that the theme of much of "Audio Secrecy" is knowing when a relationship has gone bad and it's time to get out. "At the end of the day, it's really about having the strength to do what's right for you in your heart, and not just give in and hope that things could be okay," he tells The Pulse of Radio. "You have to know yourself enough to be able to turn away from a situation and go, 'You know what? This is gonna hurt for a long time, but I'm gonna be okay. If I stay here, it's gonna be more painful than I could ever imagine.'" HardDrive Radio exclusively revealed some of the CD's song titles, including the first two releases to radio, "Mission Statement" and "Hesitate". "Come What(ever) May" debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard album chart and included the hits "Through Glass", "Sillyworld" and "Made Of Scars". The new disc will arrive just as STONE SOUR embarks on the inaugural Uproar Festival tour with AVENGED SEVENFOLD and DISTURBED. The trek kicks off on August 17 in Minneapolis and will hit 36 cities.
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