By sharing a new post on their official Instagram account, Stone Sour revealed that they celebrated the 15th anniversary Of ‘Come What(ever) May.’
‘Come What(ever) May’ is the second studio album of Stone Sour that was released in 2006. The album consisted of a total of 12 songs, and it peaked No. 4 on the US Billboard 200 chart. Furthermore, the album includes lots of popular songs of Stone Sour such as ‘Through Glass,’ ’30/30-150,’ and title track, ‘Come What(ever) May.’
Additionally, the band had released a special version of this album back in 2007. Yesterday, marked the 15th anniversary of the album, and Stone Sour wanted to celebrate it by releasing their Moscow, Russia show that was held in 2006.
The show opened with ’30/30-150,’ and lasted around an hour. The setlist of this show mostly consisted of the aforementioned album’s tracks, but it also included some popular songs, such as ‘Bother’ and ‘Reborn.’
In their Instagram caption, Stone Sour announced:
“To celebrate the 15-year anniversary of ‘Come What(ever) May’ we’re premiering our full show from October 18, 2006, in Moscow, Russia. Click the link in our bio to watch now on Youtube.
In honor of the record’s upcoming anniversary, we’re also offering a special, limited-time-only Skull Wings Tee plus a sale on our vintage album tee & hand-numbered lithograph. Shop now at Stone Sour’s official website!”
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