Stone Sour’s Johnny Chow Does Not Want “Spreadnecks” in his NY restaurant


For real!! And for everyone!!! I Mean this!! Don’t give a F*?# who you are!!!

Posted by Johny Chow on Wednesday, August 12, 2020

For real!! And for everyone!!! I Mean this!! Don’t give a F*?# who you are!!!

Posted by Johny Chow on Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Stone Sour’s Johny Chow took to social media posting about how he does not want “spreadnecks” from other states coming into his Buffalo NY restaurant Misuta Chows spreading Covid around.

Johny writes in what appears to originally  was a DM he screenshotted and posted onto his Facebook

“Yo man, I heard just now you were fresh from a quarantine state!?!? I don’t give a fuck about how you feel about that but I am taken aback that you would come to my place that is struggling to survive and take no regard for the fact NY state has flattened the curve and all the sudden you spreadnecks want to come to NYState talking shit on masks and social distancing!?!? DO NOT COME BACK IN with in the next 14 days homie. Don’t make it get ugly! WTF?? All the sudden I see mother fuckers coming to NY state because your state is on fire with Covid Cases!! Not on my watch homie!! I don’t care how much or little you spend in my place!! Stay the fuck out till you quarantine!!!!”

Misuta Chow’s is working hard on having a safe environment evening offering gaming pods to seclude yourself from others 

You can even find Johny himself behind the bar several times a week serving up “Stone Sours”

I am sure you will be seeing more of Johny at the restaurant with Corey taylor recently pulling the plug on  Stone Sour 

Corey Taylor says that STONE SOUR has “run its course.”

The SLIPKNOT and STONE SOUR frontman, who will release his debut solo album in October, discussed STONE SOUR‘s current status during an appearance on “The Green Room With Neil Griffiths” podcast.

He said: “I feel like STONE SOUR has kind of run its course for now. We all talked as a band and decided to kind of put STONE SOUR on indefinite hiatus. That’s the way it is. We’ve put it on the shelf for now. Everybody’s kind of going and doing their own thing.”

Corey‘s latest comments echo those he made in June, when he told SiriusXM‘s “Trunk Nation With Eddie Trunk”: “Yeah, [STONE SOUR is] kind of [on] the backburner right now. We all kind of felt that we did exactly what we wanted to do on [2017’s] ‘Hydrograd’ and we’re just giving it a minute. I talked to the guys in the band about the solo thing and what I wanted to do, and they were all totally onboard with it. Everybody else has kind of got things going on, so they’re all cool. Josh [Rand, guitar] is actually working on a solo thing of his own, which is great. So, yeah, I think STONE SOUR is kind of on hiatus right now, which is fine. If someday we wanna get back together and do some stuff, it’ll be bigger than it was. But for right now, we’re all kind of focused on kind of doing our own thing. But you never say never in this business.”


Taylor, who will release his debut solo album in October, addressed his recent STONE SOUR comments during an appearance on Wednesday (August 12) on SiriusXM‘s “Trunk Nation Virtual Invasion”. Asked if there is “a future” for STONE SOUR or if it’s “kind of up in the air,” Corey replied: “It’s kind of up in the air. I’m certainly not mad at STONE SOUR. [My solo album] is just something that has my attention; this is what I wanna do for a while.

“There’s been some contention here and there, in the past — nothing that I’m gonna get into too much detail about — but it was just time for me to step away and do this for a while,” he continued. “It was time for me to kind of do something different, and do it in a way that doesn’t have the connotations of either band, to be honest.

Rand recently said that he has “no idea” when STONE SOUR will release a new studio album. Asked in an interview with Guitar World if the band has started working yet on a follow-up to “Hydrograd”Rand replied: “To be honest, the band is on hiatus right now with no timetable on a return. It’s a mixture of needing a break, plus Corey wants to do a solo album, so I don’t know when there will be new STONE SOUR music.”

Rand confirmed to the “Behind The Vinyl” podcast that he is working on a new solo project. Rand explained, “As of right now, I have 12 songs musically done. Right now I’m looking at vocalists — different vocalists.”

Regarding the musical direction of his new solo material, Rand said, “It definitely is different than what I think most people would expect. I decided if I was gonna do anything that I wanted it not to sound like STONE SOUR ’cause it’s going to, to some degree.” Rand added that much of the music is “piano-based.”

STONE SOUR has been off the road and out of sight since completing the touring cycle for “Hydrograd”Taylor has been working with SLIPKNOT since then, recording and touring behind that group’s sixth effort, “We Are Not Your Kind”, although all plans are on hold right now due to the coronavirus pandemic. Rand has been promoting STONE SOUR‘s new live album, “Hello, You Bastards: Live In Reno”, which came out in December.

Taylor‘s recorded his solo album, “CMFT”, with his solo band consisting of Jason Christopher on bass, Dustin Schoenhofer on drums, and Zach Throne and Christian Martucci (STONE SOUR) on guitar.

521 Main Street
Buffalo, NY
Our first floor restaurant-bar transports you across the globe to the bustling yokocho alleys of Tokyo City serving authentic Japanese street food. Travel back in time to our second floor bar-arcade and frolic in all the nostalgia of ’80s pop culture.

Mistua Chow’s brings a fresh vision to the Buffalo dining and nightlife scene. A worldly experience that taps into the international pulse of the next generation of culinary and bar culture. Misuta Chow’s will be the first restaurant and bar establishment in Buffalo highlighting the 80s pop culture and classic arcade games with a Tokyo City themed décor and Japanese Street Food.

Our crew of experienced and world traveled restauranteurs, artists and designers will recreate Tokyo City and the consumer will feel as if they have been transported into a different world. From arcade games to murals, neon lighting and Japanese lanterns Misuta Chow’s is sure to be the next trend setting brand to launch in Western New York.

Misuta Chow’s will offer custom bento boxes available for restaurant dining, to-go or delivery. Bento combination choices will consist of organic vegetables, egg, rice, noodles and dumplings; bahn mi sandwiches with braised or poached proteins and vegetables; steamer baskets with nikoman dumplings, pot stickers and edamame; custom built lettuce wraps with a variety of protein and vegetable combinations to choose from. All locally sourced, organic and hormone free when possible.

The bar menu will include up to twenty four draft beers, classic cocktails, extensive whisky, bourbon and sake selections as well as sake infused specialty drinks and cold pressed coffee on tap. Retro bottled sodas such as Orange Crush, Dr. Pepper, TaB, and cream soda will be available.

Some of the classic arcade games you will find inside are Pac- Man, Space Invaders, Rampage, Donkey Kong and Centipede. Misuta Chow’s will also have a state of the art game room that offers ski ball, pool tables and pinball machines.