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Danny Carey Allegedly Says TOOL Will Be Releasing Its New Album
Last we heard, Maynard James Keenan was finally working on vocals for the new Tool album, meaning the album is likely pretty far along in terms of its creation. Today we get another clue! [...]
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A Special Guest Could Appear On New Tool Album
Green Jellÿ vocalist Bill Manspeaker recently shared a photo on Facebook with his old collaborator, Tool drummer Danny Carey. Manspeaker wrote, “I KNOW THE JELLO FITS” greenjellovision new tool record coming soon: shhhhh.” [...]
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Maynard James Keenan Joins Tool In The Studio
Tool revealed on their website that Maynard James Keenan is finally working on his vocals for the band’s new album. [...]
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Tool’s new album could be delayed yet again – NME
Tool's new album may not come out in 2017, as hints frontman Maynard James Keenan in a rare interview. [...]
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Listen to Tool’s Maynard James Keenan in a rare conversation with Strombo
Maynard James Keenan, the enigmatic frontman of Tool, A Perfect Circle and Puscifer, explores his renaissance life with Strombo. [...]
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Is This The Year Enigmatic Alt-Metal Weirdos Tool Stages A Comeback?
It's been 11 years since the moody rockers put out a new album. But 2017 might finally be Tool's year. [...]
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New Tool Album: Latest Rumor On Upcoming Album Comes From The Governor’s Ball
A new rumor concerning the upcoming Tool album. The band may have just given away the potential release time for the follow-up of 2006’s 10000 days. [...]
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Exclusive: Tool to headline New York’s Governors Ball Music Festival in 2017
Tool hasn’t played a proper show in New York City in over a decade. That’ll soon change, however, as the band is set to headline the Governors Ball Music Festival next summer. [...]
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Bassist Justin Chancellor on New Tool Album
"We're pretty deep into the writing process now, and we've narrowed things down to big groups of ideas. For the past few months we've been working on one of the newer songs fairly exclusively. We get the gist of it and find the main themes that make up the skeleton between verses and choruses." [...]
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