30/30-150

"30/30-150"
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Single by Stone Sour
from the album Come What(ever) May
ReleasedJune 3, 2006
FormatDigital download
GenreAlternative metal
Length4:18
LabelRoadrunner
Songwriter(s)Shawn Economaki, Josh Rand, Jim Root, Corey Taylor
Producer(s)Nick Raskulinecz
Stone Sour singles chronology
"Inhale"
(2003)
"30/30-150"
(2006)
"Through Glass"
(2006)

"30/30-150" is the first single from the heavy metal band Stone Sour's second album Come What(ever) May. The song received a nomination for Best Metal Performance at the 49th annual Grammy Awards,[1] but lost to "Eyes of the Insane" by Slayer.

Music video

The video shows the band members individually in high-contrast black and white superimposed over a timer counting down from "3030.150" and occasionally large close-ups of Corey Taylor's mouth. The numbers seen in the background appear to count down the time remaining in the clip in tenths of a second, beginning at 3030.150. The single cover is an edited shot from the music video.

Though current Stone Sour drummer Roy Mayorga is shown on the drumset in the "30/30-150" music video, he did not actually record the drum tracks for the song, this was done by current Godsmack drummer Shannon Larkin.

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