Stone Sour have been busy working on an album of cover songs, and one of those tracks was recorded specifically for the film 'Fear Clinic,' which features frontman Corey Taylor in a key role and hits Blu-Ray and DVD, as well as On Demand, this week. The track is a cover of Metal Church's 'The Dark,' and the new video is exclusively premiering right here at Loudwire (watch above).

Guitarist Josh Rand tells Loudwire, "The song originally appeared on Metal Church's second album as the title track released in 1986. It was chosen for the movie 'Fear Clinic' by director Rob Hall and Corey as they felt that the lyrics fit well with the story. The song was recorded live in about a half day at Room 237 in Burbank, Calif., in March 2014."

In the video above, you get a mixture of the band's live performance along with scenes intercut into the clip from the film, where you'll see Robert Englund, Thomas Dekker, other cast members and a mustache-sporting Taylor also featured.

The movie centers on a clinic where the trauma-stricken patients begin to have their phobias re-emerge a year after suffering a horrifying tragedy. Dr. Andover (Robert Englund) uses his "fear chamber" to help the patients come to terms with their hallucinations, but he begins to suspect something more sinister is afoot.

'Fear Clinic' terrified audiences last fall at the closing night of ScreamFest Los Angeles and on the opening night of New York City's Horror Film Festival. The horrific thriller will be released to audiences on Blu-Ray/DVD and On Demand on Tuesday, Feb. 10, via Anchor Bay Entertainment. Order the movie here, and check with iTunes this week to purchase the song 'The Dark.'

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