STONE SOUR Live DVD Coming Out...For Fan Club Members Only
According to The Pulse Of Radio, that STONE SOUR concert DVD that singer Corey Taylor first spoke about last year is finally coming out...sort of. The "Live At Brighton" DVD will be made available only to members of the band's fan club. The disc will be provided to new members as part of their one-year membership welcome package, along with a poem from Taylor, autographed memorabilia, plus early access to music and concert tickets.
The DVD was filmed on November 7, 2010 at the Brighton Center in Brighton, England on STONE SOUR's "Audio Secrecy" tour.
Meanwhile, STONE SOUR's upcoming fourth effort, "House Of Gold And Bones", will be a double concept album, with part one coming out in October 2012 and part two arriving sometime next year.
Each disc will contain 12 of the project's total of 24 songs, with the complete package telling one story.
Taylor told Kerrang! magazine that the new album will have "a lot of multi-media involved," including a comic book that may be published by DC Comics.
Apparently the DVD will not include a proposed EP of cover songs that the group planned to record and put in the package. Taylor told The Pulse Of Radio about the plans for the DVD and EP in 2011. "We shot a concert last year on the co-headlining tour that we did with AVENGED SEVENFOLD, and we shot it in Brighton (England), and we've been trying to get it together ever since and it's just been insane," he said. "There's been so much work and we just haven't had a chance to kind of get a handle on it. But we've been talking about doing a covers EP forever. This is just a kind of a cool way to put something cool out that the fans will dig."
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