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Stone Sour, ‘Do Me a Favor’ – Best 2013 Rock Songs

Stone Sour-Do Me A Favor
Roadrunner Records

After a successful run on ‘House of Gold & Bones Part 1,’ Corey Taylor and Stone Sour got the ‘Part 2′ companion off on the right foot in February with ‘Do Me a Favor.’ The in-your-face character study of a man’s self-absorbed disregard for others definitely strikes a chord.

The Jim Root and Josh Rand guitars push the track along, while Roy Mayorga’s powerful drumming give it the attitude it needs in parts. Meanwhile, Taylor delivers a brutally scathing tale about a person he calls “an anti-everything man, a scab on the lips of the lord.” The passion he brings to the vocals, along with its sing-along chorus, makes this one of 2013′s first breakout songs.

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