Stone Sour Share Demo Version Of “Reborn”

Stone Sour have shared a demo version of their song “Reborn.” The final version of that track appeared on the band’s 2006 album “Come What(ever) May.“ Guitarist Josh Rand commented:

“I wrote and recorded Reborn on a four track tape recorder on the tour bus while we were still out on tour in support of the first album. Then sometime in 2004 Joel, Shawn, & myself went back up to Catamount Studios (that’s where the 1st album was recorded) to get a better version of the song. This version is without Corey or James.”

Stone Sour Share Demo Version Of “Made Of Scars”

Stone Sour have shared a demo version of their song “Made Of Scars.” The final version of that track appeared on the band’s 2006 album “Come What(ever) May.“ Guitarist Josh Rand commented:

“Made of Scars was written in 1996 but didn’t get recorded for the 1st time until summer of 2000. For whatever reason, it did not make the self titled record but would make it on the Come what(ever) May record.”

Stone Sour Share Demo Version Of “Sillyworld”

Stone Sour have shared a demo version of their song “Sillyworld.” The final version of that track appeared on the band’s 2006 album “Come What(ever) May.“ Guitarist Josh Rand commented:

“When James was out on tour with Slipknot during the Iowa cycle, he decided to buy a Boss BR 1180 digital recorder so he could record his ideas on his days off. One of his 1st recordings ended up being Sillyworld. Here is that version.”

Stone Sour Share Demo Version Of “Hell & Consequences”

Stone Sour have shared a demo version of their song “Hell & Consequences.” The final version of that track appeared on the band’s 2006 album “Come What(ever) May.“ Guitarist Josh Rand commented:

“My favorite song from Come What(ever) May. This version is the 2004 Catamount recording with just Joel, Shawn & myself. Corey recorded his vocals later at my house when he took a break from recording Vol 3.”

Stone Sour Share Demo Version Of “Come What(ever) May”

Stone Sour have shared a demo version of the title track of their 2006 album “Come What(ever) May.“ Guitarist Josh Rand commented:

“Recorded in 2004, this was the 1st version of the song Come What(ever) May (originally titled Drama Cyst). I believe it was recorded in Corey‘s grandma’s basement. James is not on this demo because he was finishing working on Slipknot‘s Vol 3 in L.A at the time. The song had a drastic make over once Roy played the drum tracks. This change to the music made Corey rewrite the lyrics.”

Stone Sour Share Demo Version Of “30/30-150”

Stone Sour have shared a demo version of their song “30/30-150.” The final version of that track appeared on the band’s 2006 album “Come What(ever) May.“

Guitarist Josh Rand commented:

“Late in 2004 after cutting some tracks at Catamount Studios with Joel & Shawn, I decided to build a room in my house to record in. In the process of trying to learn the Pro Tools software, it led me to writing the music for 30/30-150.

The drums are programed on this version using an Alesis SR-16 drum machine. After Corey came over and laid down his vocals for this song, I knew then that our 2nd record was going to be a big leap forward for the band from the self-titled record. – Josh Rand“

Stone Sour Share Demo Version Of “The Wicked”

Stone Sour have shared a demo version of their song “The Wicked.” The final version of that track appeared on the band’s 2002 self-titled debut album. Guitarist Josh Rand said the following:

“‘The Wicked‘ is one of my favorite songs from the Project X demo. I prefer the demo version over the version that’s on the self-titled release. I just feel it has a better overall vibe.”