STAIND: New Song Clip Posted Online

A 30-second audio clip of a new STAIND song has been posted online at the group's official web site.

STAIND are scheduled to release their new album, "Chapter V", this summer via Flip/Atlantic Records. 11 or 12 song are expected to appear on the follow-up to 2003's "14 Shades of Grey", including "Paper Christ" and "Falling", along with "Right Here", a strong contender for the album's lead-off single.

Speaking to earlier in the month, STAIND guitarist Mike Mushok said about the upcoming CD, "this record, sonically, is a lot better than the last one, for sure. We tried to approach things differently than we have in the past, through arranging, sonically, different amps, different guitars. And I think being in your own space allows you the freedom and the time ... to actually do that."

(Thanks: Jeff McDonald)


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