Corey Taylor and Josh Rand of Stone Sour stopped by Kerrang! Radio recently; Corey was interviewed about the band's upcoming album House of Gold & Bones Part 1, and the two performed an acoustic version of "Through Glass," from 2006's Come What(ever) May, which you can watch above.
During the Q&A, Corey was asked about a variety of subjects, from how he stays fit on tour to whether he's turned into a rock star asshole. He said, "Josh works out like a fanatic, I sometimes do depending upon what mood I'm in but when we're on the road and on stage, it's a very fucking active show y'know - between running around like an idiot and sweating balls all the time you tend to lose a few calories and pounds and shit." He also said, "You gotta understand that half the time I forget that people know me, especially in Des Moines. I'll be walking around and someone will be like 'Can I get a picture?' and I'll be like 'Oh yeah.'"
Pre-orders are now open for House of Gold & Bones Part 1, which will be available everywhere October 23! If you head over to the Roadrunner webstore, you can get the CD/2LP bundle, which includes the record on CD and a double vinyl picture disc (click below to see what it looks like), as well as an instant free download of the first two songs, "Gone Sovereign" and "Absolute Zero."
The Stone Sour webstore has multiple other deluxe options, including packages that offer T-shirts, fan club memberships, and a set of three 8 1/2 x 11" lithographs, one of which is signed by the band!