STONE SOUR Sending 'Sillyworld' To Radio

Launch Radio Networks reports: STONE SOUR will follow up the smash success of its single "Through Glass" with "Sillyworld", the second track headed to radio from the band's sophomore album, "Come What(ever) May". The group will also shoot a video for the song shortly, although singer Corey Taylor admitted to Launch they don't have a concept yet. "We're in the process of trying to figure out what we wanna do," he said. "We wanna do something conceptual, we wanna do something that's fairly animated. I mean, something that's gonna be as stirring as the music and the content of the lyrics. So we're talking to a couple of different people, trying to hammer out what we're gonna do. And to be quite honest, we're very lazy people, so if we don't have to show up, hey, more power to us."

STONE SOUR is currently on the Music As A Weapon tour with DISTURBED, FLYLEAF and NONPOINT. The show pulls into Manchester, New Hampshire tomorrow night (Tuesday, November 21).

The band will tour Canada as openers for EVANESCENCE in January.

Live STONE SOUR tracks will appear on the 2006 Family Values Tour CD and DVD, both arriving at the end of next month.


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