New Tool Album: Drummer Danny Carey Says New Album ‘Coming Sometime Soon’

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Sep. 28 2016, Updated 8:34 p.m. ET

Another update on the new Tool album. Drummer Danny Carey has become the latest band member to confirm a new album. After the band’s bassist, Justin Chancellor, recently confirmed that a new Tool album was “in the oven” and was “going to be awesome,” Danny Carey has confirmed that a new album is “coming sometime soon.”

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Fans have waited for a new Tool album for more than 10 years now. Since the release of 2006’s critically acclaimed 10,000 Days, the band that rocked the progressive metal scene of the ’90s has been relatively quiet. The band members, one would think, had almost retired, with their families, kids, and the wine-making. But rumors of a new Tool album started flowing around earlier this year. A new double album was said to be in the making, with a release date set for the fall of this year. Although Maynard initially refuted these claims, calling it “dumb,” bassist Justin Chancellor later confirmed these rumors saying that a new Tool album was in fact in the making. And now drummer Danny Carey has followed Justin’s lead, confirming the new album during his first TV appearance in the show Late Night with Seth Meyers. Danny played with the show’s band and at one point host Seth Meyers spoke of a new tool album “coming sometime soon.”

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