Stone Sour have released a 360° studio video for their track Somebody Stole My Eyes.
The song features on the band’s new album Hydrograd, which arrived at the end of June with the new promo shot at Sphere Studios in North Hollywood, California.
Stone Sour have previously released videos for Mercy, Fabuless, Song #3 and Taipei Person/Allah Tea from the new record.
Frontman Corey Taylor said of the follow-up to House Of Gold & Bones Part 2: “We have six singles on this album. I’m really excited – this album is great because it’s got elements of everything. It’s got the heavy energy of the 80s, there’s punk moments, there’s hard rock moments – all the great amalgam of music.
“There’s even jazz and hip-hop moments, it’s really, really cool. It’s probably the coolest album I’ve made since the first Slipknot album. I feel very confident making that statement because it’s so good.”
Stone Sour have also added a second London date to their upcoming European tour. In addition to their previously announced show at the city’s O2 Brixton Academy on December 4, the band will play the same venue again on December 6.
Tickets are available via Live Nation (opens in new tab). Find a full list of Stone Sour’s 2017 tour dates below.
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Stone Sour 2017 European tour dates
Nov 15: Copenhagen The Gray Hall, Denmark
Nov 16: Stockholm Annexet, Sweden
Nov 17: Oslo Sentrum Scene, Norway
Nov 19: Frankfurt Jahrhunderthalle, Germany
Nov 20: Berlin Columbiahalle, Germany
Nov 22: Brussels AB, Belgium
Nov 23: Eindhoven Klokgebouw, Netherlands
Nov 24: Paris Bataclan, France
Nov 26: Luxembourg Luxepo, Luxembourg
Nov 27: Hamburg Sporthalle, Germany
Nov 29: Birmingham Barclaycard Arena, UK
Nov 30: Leeds First Direct Arena, UK
Dec 01: Brighton Centre, UK
Dec 04: London O2 Academy Brixton, UK
Dec 05: Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, UK
Dec 06: London O2 Academy Brixton, UK
Dec 08: Glasgow SSE Hydro, UK
Dec 10: Cologne Palladium, Germany
Dec 11: Munich Zenith, Germany
Dec 12: Vienna Gasometer, Austria
Dec 14: Zurich Samsung Hall, Switzerland
Dec 15: Milan Alcatraz, Italy
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