Stone Sour Songs Ranked

Stone Sour is an American rock band formed in Des Moines, Iowa, in 1992. The band performed for five years before disbanding in 1997. They reunited in 2000 and since 2015, the group has consisted of Corey Taylor (lead vocals, guitar), Josh Rand (guitar), Christian Martucci (guitar), Johny Chow (bass), and Roy Mayorga (drums). Longtime members Joel Ekman (drums, percussion) and Shawn Economaki (bass guitar) left the band in 2006 and 2011, respectively. Former lead guitarist Jim Root left in 2014.
To date, Stone Sour has released six studio albums Stone Sour (2002); Come What(ever) May (2006); Audio Secrecy (2010); House of Gold & Bones – Part 1 (2012); House of Gold & Bones – Part 2 (2013) and Hydrograd (2017). They also released a digital live album, Live in Moscow, in 2007. Their album, Hydrograd was released in June 2017 and is their first album to feature guitarist Christian Martucci and bassist Johny Chow.
Stone Sour earned the group two Grammy Award nominations, both for Best Metal Performance, for the singles “Get Inside”, in 2003,  and “Inhale”, in 2004. From their 2002 self-titled album, the group received another Grammy Award nomination for Best Metal Performance for the single “30/30-150”. The band has sold 2.1 million albums in the United States as of April 2017. Here are all of the Stone Sour songs ranked.

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20. Sillyworld (Come What(ever) May, 2006)

“Sillyworld is a good song because… We are taking our world for granted. What use to be peace then, isn’t peace now. & what use to be happiness then, isn’t happiness now. There are so many things that have been taken for granted… & this song really explains that.”

19. Fabuless (Hydrograd, 2017)

“The first Stone Sour song I ever listened to, and it led to an obsession. Now that I’ve listened all of their songs and listen to most of them regularly, Fabuless is still one of my favorites. Top 10 material for sure, maybe even top 5.”

18. Taciturn (House of Gold & Bones Part 1, 2012)

“This song makes me feel happy…there is something magical about thins song but I don’t know what! You must listen to this masterpiece”

17. Sadist (House of Gold & Bones – Part 2, 2013)

“People seem to be quite content sticking to the old records. There is no reason that this song doesn’t deserve to be the best. It surpasses every single song in their entire career. Everything is so perfect here. It really feels pathetic that this is so unnoticed”

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16. Reborn (Come What(ever) May, 2006)

“In my opinion, this is one of their best songs. It hits hard and heavy with a lot of grooves. I dunno what this song’s really about, but I think it’s about some demonic thing!”

15. Tired (House of Gold & Bones Part 1, 2012)

“These lyrics are what make the song. They resonate too well with how I personally feel. Maybe that’s not true of other people, but it’s true of me which is why this song got my vote. Not to mention the melody matches the tone and lyrics well enough that this song can really make one feel something.”

14. Gone Sovereign (House of Gold & Bones Part 1, 2012)

“While it’s not necessarily my favorite of theirs, I believe this to be their best song. Get Inside is a a very close second, my all time favorite is Taciturn, that song means a lot to me. All of their work is amazing, still yet to make a bad song.”

13. Song #3 (Hydrograd, 2017)

“Critically underrated in my opinion. Maybe it’s just because it’s newer than the other songs on this list, but it should definitely make top 5. “

12. 30/30-150 (Come What(ever) May, 2006)

“How can you not love this song. It’s impossible to listen 2 without getting up and either screaming your head off or punching someone in the face! How is it not number 1 with its amazing riffs and unbelievably catchy chorus? Corey and Jim are awesome.”

11. The House of Gold & Bones (House of Gold & Bones – Part 2, 2013)

“This was a very difficult choice just because Stone sour has so many amazing songs now. I went with this song because it’s the title track of Stone Sour’s masterpiece 2 part album and it’s the end track which really finishes the album with a bang”

10. Inhale (Stone Sour, 2002)

“One of their most “heavy” songs. First their song I’ve heard, as well. That energy and lyrics are ideal for me in any mood. Number 1 in my playlist!”

9. Do Me a Favor (House of Gold & Bones – Part 2, 2013)

“This is my new favorite SS song! It’s so funky and groovy and probably has the best chorus I’ve ever heard. I just don’t know this isn’t so popular. It’s just perfect. One of the best songs I ever heard”

8. Zzyzx Rd. (Come What(ever) May, 2006)

“I have overcome, fell and now crawling out of the hole. It has made me come to realize all the stupid things whether material or peoples opinions or other stupid sheit do not matter. I’m going to be stronger and has made me something I thought I’d never be… Fearless. I knew I loved this song, moreover it being a ballad. All overcomers are my hero’s!”

7. Get Inside (Stone Sour, 2002)

“GET INSIDE .. Great song, my favorite from them. Absolute Zero’s a good one, but this one is much harder. I still think their first album was their best.”

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6. The Conflagration (House of Gold & Bones – Part 2, 2013)

“Stone Sour is one of my top 5 bands and it’s really hard to pick just one, but this song has a really special meaning to me. I listened to this song (and the whole album) a lot while driving to hospital to see my dying son, who past away this year. This song still brings tears to my eyes.”

5. Hesitate (Audio Secrecy, 2010)

“I heard this song and felt every emotion corey has, I understand the song and the feeling. This should be number one, amazingly powerful song.”

4. Say You’ll Haunt Me (Audio Secrecy, 2010)

“Stone Sour is so wonderful because it has heart. This song is one the best love songs ever written. It is unlike any other love song out there, and no one can deny that. There is nothing “typical” about this one, it conveys an emotion most love songs don’t.”

3. Absolute Zero (House of Gold & Bones Part 1, 2012)

“What else can I say, besides that this is just an awesome song. Great riff, Cathy chorus and satisfyingly heavy song altogether. The chorus especially, very melodic, heavy guitars, good to hear corey singing without too much shouting.”

2. Bother (Stone Sour, 2002)

“This is the best song ever Stone Sour, It has so much emotion and you can’t help but to just sing along with it! If you don’t believe that this is the best song by Stone Sour then you probably should consider listening to it!”

1. Through Glass (Come What(ever) May, 2006)

“Through the Glass is one of the best songs ever. It gives me chills, everything from the perfect slowness of the guitar to the depths of the lyrics. The symbolism is great, the music speaks to me in ways that ignite my very soul. Definitely their best song.”