STONE SOUR, the band featuring SLIPKNOT members Corey Taylor (vocals) and Jim Root (guitar), performed its new single, "Through Glass", live on national television Tuesday, August 8 on NBC-TV's "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno". Watch a video clip of the performance at YouTube.com.
STONE SOUR rocked The Billboard 200 chart this week, debuting at at the lofty position of No. 4 with their first studio album in over four years, "Come What(ever) May". The CD moved 81,000 units its first week out, triple what STONE SOUR's gold-selling debut album shifted its first week. Additionally, this week, the video for the first single, "Through Glass", was added into rotation at VH1. On the radio front, the single has been surging to the top of the charts, currently No. 2 on the Mainstream Rock chart, top 3 on the Rock and Active Rock charts and in the top ten on the Modern Rock chart. The band kicked off its stint on The Family Values Tour last week, performing alongside rock veterans KORN, DEFTONES, FLYLEAF and DIR EN GREY. The tour will crisscross the nation through late September.
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