"Get Inside" is a song by Stone Sour, and the first music video the band released. It came out in 2002 for the band's eponymous album, almost a decade after the band was first created.
The vocals for this song, by Corey Taylor, are very similar to those he utilizes in Slipknot. On several occasions through the song, Taylor uses a type of growl, and the verses of the song are performed in a clean, nu metal style similar to rapping. The chorus comprises Taylor screaming "Motherfucker, get inside!" repeatedly.
It is notable that this is one of the few occasions where guitaristJosh Rand plays lead guitar, instead of his usual position as rhythm guitarist. Josh performed the guitar solo also.
The music video shows the band performing in front of an audience at a club. It is shown to be in black and white. It has been presumed that the white light highlights the contrast between the darker lyrics of the song.