STONE SOUR's COREY TAYLOR Talks With Fresno's 103.7 KRZR; Audio Available

Koyote of 103.7 KRZR in Fresno spoke with Corey Taylor from STONE SOUR and SLIPKNOT about the Jägermeister Music Tour and what is going on with both bands. Download and listen to the 11-minute interview, which aired on Friday (April 20), at this location.

According to, STONE SOUR filmed a video for its next single, "Made of Scars", on Saturday, April 7 at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia, Pa. Frontman Corey Taylor (also of SLIPKNOT) announced the filming during the concert before the group performed the song twice to get the necessary footage for the video. Cameras continued to roll throughout the band's entire performance that evening.

STONE SOUR is headlining the spring 2007 edition of the Jägermeister Music Tour, which also features SHADOWS FALL, LACUNA COIL and rotating regional acts opening the shows. Read a full review of the Philadelphia show and the April 10 show in Baltimore at


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