House of Gold & Bones – Part 2 is the fifth studio album by American rock band Stone Sour, and is the second and final album of the House of Gold & Bones concept. The album was released on April 3, 2013, in Japan, April 8 in the UK, and April 9 in the United States, via Roadrunner Records. It was recorded at Soundfarm Studios simultaneously with House of Gold & Bones – Part 1, which was released in October 2012.
Part 2 actually takes Stone Sour to a darker, deeper song writing style using a combination of well-placed hooks, heavier passages and a forbidding sense of atmosphere.
Produced by David Bottrill. Album House of Gold & Bones - Part 2. The House of Gold & Bones Lyrics. RU486, RU486, RU486, RU486, RU486. All my hopes survive I've got to do it alone I will burn alive in the House of Gold and Bones. Oh, you're the epitome Of all the shit in me And I'm surrounded by the people I will never be Either way I've got nothing to prove To a son of a bitch like you Well, this is hell and I wanted it But I'm an idiot It's a phase 'cause I know I'm illegitimate. House of Gold & Bones - Part 2 Stone Sour.
Band Name Stone Sour. Album Name House of Gold & Bones Part 2. Type Album. Data de lançamento Abril 2013. Labels Roadrunner Records. Produced by David Bottrill. Estilo de MúsicaAlternative Metal. Membros têm este álbum112.
Stone Sour set the bar high with their 'House of Gold & Bones Part 1' disc in 2012, and they don't disappoint with the concept album's conclusion. What listeners get on 'Part 2' is a hard-hitting collection that digs deeper into the storylines that are laid out in the opening disc. And, as Corey Taylor has stated, the second portion plays more like a soundtrack than the first release. Elsewhere on the disc, 'Sadist' offers some of the album's more melancholic moments, but it too rocks in the latter half with some 'Enter Sandman'-esque drumming and riffage. The band's recently released 'Gravesend' provides some brutality as Taylor ruminates about "looking for a ride like a murderer on the road," and '82' gives listeners more of a straight-up rock and roll experience. For as good as 'Part 2' is early on, the real meat of the disc comes at its conclusion.