STONE SOUR Drops 2004 Demo Of „30/30-150“ With Programmed Drums

Stone Sour is continuing down the path of releasing old demos, now from their 2006 record Come What(ever) May. Guitarist Josh Rand posted the demo to „30/30-150,“ which he said originally used a drum machine and was a great lesson for him to learn the Pro Tools.

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

Stone Sour is planning on releasing a rarities and demo album sometime this summer, but has no plans for a new album anytime soon.

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