STONE SOUR Celebrates 'Come What(ever) May' With Deluxe 10th-Anniversary Edition

STONE SOUR Celebrates 'Come What(ever) May' With Deluxe 10th-Anniversary Edition

STONE SOUR will celebrate the tenth anniversary of its classic second album, "Come What(ever) May", with an extraordinary new deluxe edition. "Come What(ever) May: Deluxe 10th Anniversary Edition" will be available Friday, December 16 via digital download, streaming services, and 2LP black and gold mixed vinyl — the RIAA-gold-certified, Grammy Award-nominated collection's first ever vinyl release.

Pre-orders for "Come What(ever) May: Deluxe 10th Anniversary Edition" are available now at STONE SOUR's official webstore, including a number of exclusive limited-edition bundles.

"Come What(ever) May: Deluxe 10th Anniversary Edition" is heralded by previously unreleased acoustic version of "Zzyzx Rd.", streaming now below.

"Come What(ever) May: Deluxe 10th Anniversary Edition" has been remastered and appended by an array of bonus material (see track listing below). The album is now joined by an array of rare tracks, B-sides, and more, including never-before-heard versions of "Through Glass", "Zzyzx Rd." and "Cardiff", as well as an electrifying acoustic cover of THE ROLLING STONES' "Wild Horses".

STONE SOUR unleashed their eponymous debut album in 2002 and was immediately confirmed as one of the most popular and significant hard rock outfits of the 21st century. "Stone Sour" earned RIAA gold certification while singles "Get Inside" and "Inhale" each received Grammy Award nominations for "Best Metal Performance."

"Come What(ever) May" followed in 2006 and proved an even greater accomplishment with a top 5 debut on The Billboard 200 and a #1 entry onto Billboard's "Rock Albums" chart. The acclaimed album spawned still another Grammy-nominated single in "30/30-150" on its own way to RIAA gold certification.

STONE SOUR's best selling album to date, "Come What(ever) May" unleashed a series of rock radio classics, including "Sillyworld", "Made of Scars", the #1 hit, "Through Glass", which spent seven weeks atop Billboard's "Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks" while also reaching #2 on Alternative Songs and the Top 40 on the overall Hot 100. The song's companion video was also a favorite, now with over 44 million individual views at YouTube alone.

"Come What(ever) May: Deluxe 10th Anniversary Edition" track listing:

LP 1

Side A

01. 30/30-150
02. Come What(ever) May
03. Hell & Consequences
04. Sillyworld
05. Made Of Scars
06. Reborn

Side B

01. Your God
02. Through Glass
03. Socio
04. 1st Person
05. Cardiff
06. Zzyzx Rd.

LP 2

Side A

01. Though Glass (Live Acoustic) *
02. Wicked Game (Live Acoustic) *
03. Wild Horses (Live Acoustic) *
04. Cardiff (Acoustic) *
05. Zzyxx Rd. (Acoustic) *

Side B

01. Suffer
02. Fruitcake
03. Freeze Dry Seal
04. The Day I Let Go
05. The Frozen

* Previously Unreleased

STONE SOUR has written and demoed eighteen songs for its sixth studio album, with plans to hit the studio in January for a likely mid-2017 release.

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