Stone Sour are back with a bang presenting a conceptual double album called "House of Gold & Bones". Part one will be available October 22 and part two due sometime in 2013. Frontman Corey Taylor recently stated that he'd love for the new record to be made into a movie as well. "Once we've toured and we've got the music out to everyone, the thing I really wanna do is have two movies — Part 1 and Part 2. With the comic and the story and the music, I think we'll be able to do it. I already know who I wanna talk to about doing it, so we'll see what happens."
Taylor hasn't yet mentioned who he'd like to direct the flick or whether Living, Breathing Films, a production company he helped create with Slipknot percussionist Clown, would be his choice to produce it. According to The Pulse Of Radio, Taylor explains why he and Clown both decided to get into the film business in the first place. "It's something that we're very passionate about, you know. We have the same passion for film as we do for music and it's really just our way of kind of, you know, learning the business and once we learn a little more, you know, we get a few projects under our belt and we're gonna start accepting scripts and developing our own scripts, and I think it's gonna be something that's really cool."
Additionally, "House Of Gold & Bones" will have a comic book version available April 17, 2013 in four issues published by Dark Horse Comics. It'll "visualize the sci-fi short story that forms the basis of the albums."