STONE SOUR’s JOSH RAND Is ‘Doing Really, Really Well’ After Entering Treatment Center, Says COREY TAYLOR

Corey Taylor says that his STONE SOUR bandmate Josh Rand is doing really well a week after it was announced that had had entered treatment for yet unknown issues.

Corey said about Rand, during his appearance on the Regina rock radio station 104.9 The Wolf: “We talk to him every day, and he seems to be doing really, really well, so that’s really good. And this is not just somebody who I’ve been in a band with for a while; we’ve been best friends since we were 15 years old — I mean, we go way back. For me, it’s not just the worry of my cohort, my partner, my songwriting guy, my lead guitarist, it’s about worrying about my friend, my brother, somebody who let me sleep on his floor when I was homeless. So, for me, that’s the biggest thing — worrying about him. But he seems to be doing really, really well. And, like I said, we talk every day, he’s letting us know how he’s doing. And we just support him as much as we absolutely can. And when it comes to being a friend, that’s all you really can do — just be there for them. The best way to be a friend is just to stay right where you are and just let somebody lean against you if they need it, and that’s what we’re trying to do.”

STONE SOUR is continuing to tour in support of its latest album, “Hydrograd”, which was released last June via Roadrunner Records. The album was recorded at Sphere Studios in North Hollywood, California with producer Jay Ruston, who has previously worked with ANTHRAX and STEEL PANTHER.