STONE SOUR To Play Free Show In Des Moines This Weekend

According to a posting on, STONE SOUR will play a free show at the House of Bricks in Des Moines, Iowa on Sunday, May 21. While admission is free, donations to the Make-A-Wish Foundation will gladly be accepted. At this time, the show is slated to begin at 7 p.m. It will be first come, first served.

As previously reported, STONE SOUR will be performing a free concert in Kansas City, MO on Thursday May 18 at 5:00 p.m. According to a posting on the Roadrunner Records web site, the band will have a BIG surprise connected with their participation in the Family Values Tour.

Putting the value back in "Family Values," Family Values Tour participants are giving their fans a preview of this summer's tour with special appearances in four separate U.S. cities this coming Thursday, May 18. Along with STONE SOUR's Kansas City appearance, KORN will be in Chicago, DEFTONES in their hometown of Sacramento, and FLYLEAF in Spokane, WA — all the same day!

STONE SOUR recently announced the addition of drummer Roy Mayorga (ex-SOULFLY, most recently a touring member of SEPULTURA) as a full-fledged member of the group.

STONE SOUR's sophomore CD, "Come What(ever) May", will be released by Roadrunner Records on August 22. Click here to watch a clip of the band working in the studio, with a rough cut of new track "Reborn" used as the soundtrack.

STONE SOUR recently shot a video for the song "30/30-150" in Los Angeles with director Paul Brown (MÖTLEY CRÜE, OTEP). A second clip — for the track "Through Glass" — is expected to be lensed during the coming weeks.

"Come What(ever) May" was recorded at a Los Angeles studio with producer Nick Rasculinecz (FOO FIGHTERS, VELVET REVOLVER) and marks the group's first effort since the departure of drummer Joel Ekman.

STONE SOUR's new album will follow up the group's 2002 self-titled debut, which went gold and featured the hit single, "Bother".


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