Stone Sour's Hydrograd album may now be in stores, but the band isn't letting up on pushing the music to fans. The group just unleashed a brand new 360-degree music video for the song "Somebody Stole My Eyes" off the disc.

While some might like to be a fly on the wall in the studio during a performance, there's much better places for a fly to be, like say smack dab in the middle of a circle as the guys perform. Thanks to the 360 function, you can move the camera around the room and focus on the energy of all the performers. Want to see Corey Taylor getting pumped up by the track? Swing the camera to focus on him. Man, that beat is sick. Let's see what Roy Mayorga's doing behind the kit. Watch Christian Martucci and Johnny Chow holding it down, and spot Josh Rand exploring the studio space all by moving the viewpoint.

The clip was filmed at Sphere Studios in North Hollywood, giving you an idea of exactly what the vibe was like as the band was putting the Hydrograd album together. Just a heads up though, the 360 feature works only on certain browsers.

Stone Sour have been good about rolling out new songs from the disc, with "Fabuless," "Song #3," "Mercy" and "Taipei Person / Allah Tea" all arriving prior to last Friday's album release. If you'd like to purchase the album, it's available via digital providers and at the band's website.

Look for Stone Sour on tour in support of the album. They'll be playing dates with Korn on "The Serenity of Summer" tour. Stay up to date with all of their shows here.

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