Stone Sour have premiered their new song ‘Fabuless’ and revealed details of their upcoming album ‘Hydrograd.’
An adreneline-fuelled rock behemoth, ‘Fabuless’ is packed with powerful riffs, searing melodies and plenty of expletive strewn angst.
Lyrically, the band give both Led Zeppelin and The Rolling Stones a nod with the line: “It's been a long time since I rock and rolled / It's only rock 'n' roll but I like it.”
The track is accompanied by an inspired video that sees that band perform in front of a theatre of Wacky Waving Inflatable Arm-Flailing Tubemen.
Poking fun at Corey Taylor’s infamous phone-slapping incident last summer, towards the end of the video a tubeman (who has now switched to role of lead vocalist) knocks Corey Taylor’s phone out of his hands in the crowd.
Watch the video below (Warning: It’s very sweary):
‘Hydrograd’, the band’s first album since 2013’s House of Gold and Bones Pt 2, is set for release on Friday 30th June via long-time imprint, Roadrunner Records
According to a press release accompanying today’s announcement, UK tour dates are also in the pipeline very soon.
Here’s the Hydrograd track-listing and artwork:
2) Taipei Person/Allah Tea
3) Knievel Has Landed
5) Song #3
7) The Witness Trees
8) Rose Red Violent Blue (This Song Is Dumb & So Am I)
9) Thanks God It’s Over
10) St. Marie
12) Whiplash Pants
13) Friday Knights
14) Somebody Stole My Eyes
15) When The Fever Broke