Stone Sour Streaming '1st Person' Demo

09/22/2016
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Stone Sour

(Metal Hammer) Stone Sour have released an online stream of their 2005 demo version of 1st Person, which appeared on their album Come What(ever) May the following year.

It's the latest in a series of bonus releases as Corey Taylor and co celebrate the 10th anniversary of their breakthrough title. They previously streamed demos of Through Glass and 30/30-150.

Guitarist Josh Rand says: "I had written the verse and bridge riffs while we were out on tour for the self-titled album in 2003. I revisited these ideas in 2005 after buying my first Pro Tools rig, and I was able to flush out this song."

Frontman Taylor last month reported that Stone Sour had demoed 18 songs for their sixth album, tentatively due next year. Read his comments and stream the song here.

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