By Eric | December 23, 2013 1:00 am
Artist: Stone Sour
Title: Audio Secrecy
Released: Sep 7, 2010
Pack-in DVD DVD Included
Release Type: Special Edition with Bonus DVD
#Digital (Did You Tell)
#Say You’ll Haunt Me
#Let’s Be Honest
#The Bitter End
#Hate Not Gone
Editorial Reviews from Amazon:
‘Audio Secrecy’ is an album free of stylistic limitations. ‘It’s everything I’ve ever wanted to do on one album,’ says vocalist Corey Taylor. ‘It’s heavy, it’s melodic, it’s dark, it’s slow, it’s light and it’s beautiful. You’ll hear something different with each listen.
Stone Sour recorded ‘Audio Secrecy’ with ‘Come What(ever) May’ producer Nick Raskulinecz (Foo Fighters, Alice In Chains, Deftones) at Nashville’s Blackbird Studios.
The album’s title is a play on words for idiosyncrasy. ‘I’m a fan of double meanings and metaphorical speak,’ muses Taylor. ‘There are so many levels to what those two words combined could mean. As a title, it perfectly fit the album.’
Ths is the Special Edition, which includes 3 bonus tracks, a 45 minute documentary on ‘The Making of Audio Secrecy’ and 3 live videos from their Download 2010 performance.
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