STONE SOUR: New Album To Feature Appearance By HATEBREED Singer

SLIPKNOT/STONE SOUR frontman Corey Taylor has posted the following message at the STONE SOUR message board StoneSourBoard.tk:

"I'd like to give you a little update on the STONE SOUR front as we haven't done that in a long time.

1. We have 30 full and partial songs brewing at the moment.
2. Jamey from HATEBREED has expressed his interest in doing a song with us and most definitely will.
3. Plans are being made to start work in September of 2005, or perhaps even earlier, depending on the schedule.

"That's it for now.

"Thank you to everyone for keeping the fires lit while [guitarist] Jim [Root] and I indulge our other passion. Commitment has to be total, and at the moment our commitment is to the 'KNOT. But as soon as we're done touring with SLIPKNOT, it's on. I'm writing, Jim's writing, [guitarist] Josh [Rand] is writing, everyone is gearing up for this.

"Stay tuned."

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