Released on coloured double vinyl (gold / black). Comes in a gatefold with a printed inner sleeve and a download code.
Corey Taylor and James Root of Slipknot strike an impressive balance between heavy metal and pop! For their 10-year anniversary, the American stars have graced us with the Stone Sour classic ‘Come What (Ever) May (10th Anniversary Edition)’ as a 140 g double LP with plenty of never before published bonus material!
Tracklist - Come what(ever) may (10th anniversary ed...
- 2.Come What(ever) May
- 3.Hell & Consequences
- 5.Made Of Scars
- 7.Your God
- 8.Through Glass
- 10.1st Person
- 12.Zzyzx Rd.
- 1.Through Glass (Live Acoustic)
- 2.Wicked Game
- 3.Wild Horses (Live Acoustic)
- 4.Cardiff (Acoustic)
- 5.Zzyzx Rd. (Acoustic Version)
- 8.Freeze Dry Seal
- 9.The Day I Let Go
- 10.The Frozen (explicit)
EMP Editorial Team (28.06.2006)
With their Stone Sour debut in 2002, Corey Taylor and James Root stepped out of the disguised shade of the brutalo rock - with songs that revealed much more vulnerability than you would have expected. This time, the cut between Slipknot and Stone Sour is not that clear: with the opener, "39/30-150”, "Hell and consequences” or the bitter "Made of scars” you have songs that could also have been on an album of the Grammy-winners, too. Having said that, the first single, "Through glass” is very catchy, intelligent Pop/Rock, perfectly suitable for radio use. The same can be said about the piano-based "Zzyxz Rd.”, a ballad that doesn't step into the cliché trap. The sweetly, weird "Sillyworld“ appears Alternative-like, "Socio“ is fat rock, "Your God“ a thrilling heavy track with surprising details. Variable, an often misused term, is the only word that fits here: no song sounds the way you could have expected after the first album but every track is so catchy that you wouldn't forget it in a while.
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A great sounding album even a decade on!
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