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Stone Sour Unveil Lyric Video for Double Single ‘Gone Sovereign’ / ‘Absolute Zero’

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Stone Sour have premiered a lyric video for their dual track ‘Gone Sovereign’ and ‘Absolute Zero’ off of their upcoming album ‘The House of Gold and Bones Part I.’

The first song ‘Gone Sovereign’ is a fast paced track with a powerful chorus: “So scatter all my ashes when I’m dead / And shatter every legend in my head / If only the committed will survive / Is anybody here still left alive? / This is mine!

While ‘Absolute Zero’ is just as commanding with a melodic chorus, as frontman Corey Taylor belts out ,“I’m not afraid / I’m nearly into grievances again / Your looking at an absolute zero / I’m not the devil but I won’t be your hero.” Check out our song review of ‘Gone Sovereign’ and ‘Absolute Zero’ here.

Stone Sour are also set to go on tour at the end of 2012 in support of the forthcoming album. For a full list of dates and countries, go here.

Look out for Stone Sour’s ‘House of Gold and Bones Part I’ when it comes out Oct. 23, with ‘Part II’ due for a 2013 release.

Check Out the Lyric Video for Stone Sour, ‘Gone Sovereign’ / ‘Absolute Zero’

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