STONE SOUR's video for its new single, "Made of Scars", has been posted online at this location.As previously reported, STONE SOUR will release an enhanced, special edition of "Come (What)ever May" on June 26. The special edition contains extensive bonus material: six previously unreleased and unavailable tracks, including an acoustic cover of CHRIS ISAAK's "Wicked Game", a bonus DVD featuring all four music videos from "Come (What)ever May": "30/30-150", "Through Glass", "Sillyworld" and the band's latest "Made of Scars"; and a rare, never-before-seen full concert performance. Filmed in October 2006 in Moscow at the RAMP awards, this exclusive concert documents STONE SOUR's first and only visit to Russia. A video clip of STONE SOUR performing the song "Your God" live at the Rock am Ring festival in Nürburgring, Germany on Saturday, June 2 has been posted at YouTube. STONE SOUR announced another round of U.S. tour dates last week. The summer run will commence August 3 in Fargo, ND and run through September 2 in Ft. Lauderdale. These dates mark the band's second U.S. headline tour since the release of their gold-certified album "Come (What)ever May". This spring, STONE SOUR headlined the sold-out Jagermeister Music Tour and left fans hungry for more. The band is currently on tour in Europe playing festivals and select headline shows. "Through Glass", the hit single from "Come What(ever) May" officially crossed 500,000 digital downloads last week. It is the band's first song to be eligible for RIAA certification of a gold digital single. The track was a multi-format smash. The single was #1 on the Rock radio charts for 8 weeks, Top 5 at Modern Rock, Top 10 at Hot AC and peaked at #21 on the Pop charts.
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