STONE SOUR, MACHINE HEAD, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE: ROCK AM RING Performances To Be Webcast
According to Roadrunner Records Germany, STONE SOUR, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE and MACHINE HEAD's performances from this coming weekend's Rock am Ring festival, which is scheduled to take place in Nürburgring, Germany, will be streamed live at the Rockpalast.de web site. Click here for more information.
STONE SOUR recently cancelled the last four shows on its European tour due to an "unexpected family obligation."
STONE SOUR will issue an expanded edition of its 2006 sophomore album, "Come What(ever) May", on June 26. The new digipak version will feature six acoustic tracks that were either recorded at the same time as the album or have been laid down since the original CD's release. The package will also include a DVD containing all the videos from the disc as well as STONE SOUR's first live performance in Russia, filmed in Moscow last fall.
"Come What(ever) May" has sold over half a million copies since its release last August.
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