STONE SOUR's Corey Taylor joined ALICE IN CHAINS onstage at Saturday's (Oct. 7) 99.5 Fan Fest show at Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre in San Antonio, TX to sing lead vocals on the AIC classic "Would?" as thousands of fans cheered them on.

Next up for STONE SOUR, they'll embark on the "Music As A Weapon Tour" with DISTURBED in November. Meanwhile, the band's debut single, "Through Glass", has been #1 at Mainstream and Active Rock for five weeks, marking the first #1 single in the band's career. The song is also #4 on Billboard's Modern Rock tracks chart and the video can be seen on MTV2.

STONE SOUR is touring in support of its second album "Come What(Ever) May", which entered the Billboard album chart at #4. As the follow-up to their four-year-old debut album — which was twice Grammy-nominated, certified gold and contained the huge rock hit "Bother""Come What(ever) May" is filled with volatile songs that mix heaviness with sharp hooks. The songs question the motives of false prophets (the title cut), tear apart hypocrisy ("Silly World"), examine hollow celebrity culture ("Through Glass") and smash complacency ("30/30-150", "Hell & Consequences").


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