STONE SOUR Takes Part In 'Secret Session' For U.K.'s ROCK RADIO (Video)

STONE SOUR's Corey Taylor and Josh Rand played an intimate acoustic "Secret Session" for Rock Radio winners at Apollo 23 in Glasgow, Scotland on Tuesday, October 26. You can now watch footage of their performance below. Also available is an interview Corey and Josh gave to Rock Radio's Tom Russell.

STONE SOUR recently filmed videos for the songs "Digital (Did You Tell)" and "Hesitate" with director Paul R. Brown. Brown previously worked with STONE SOUR on the "30/30-150" and "Say You'll Haunt Me" clips as well as on videos from SLIPKNOT, MÖTLEY CRÜE, KORN, GODSMACK and AVENGED SEVENFOLD, among others.

When asked why STONE SOUR is planning to release a different second single in the U.K. ("Digital (Did You Tell)") than in the U.S. ("Hesitate"), drummer Roy Mayorga stated in a recent interview, "From what I'm gathering, some songs work better in different countries. Like, say, 'Digital' is a heavier kind of tune, so in our genre it works better in the U.K. And a song like 'Hesitate' would work better in the States. They just gauge it off from [how previous singles have performed in] the past."

"Digital (Did You Tell)" and "Hesitate" both come off STONE SOUR's third album, "Audio Secrecy", which was released on September 7 and debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard album chart, selling 46,000 copies in its first week of release.

Interview (audio):



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