Progressive rock band Tool are making progress on their new album
Tool fans keep hoping that 2015, finally, is the year for new Tool music. After all, the band’s last studio album, “10,000 Days,” dropped way back in 2006, so anticipation is sky-high for a new one.
Now, the band has posted on its official Facebook page that guitarist Adam Jones has written an ending for a new Tool song that pleased the rest of the members.
The message explained, “Starting the New Year off on a positive note, Adam arrives at the loft with an ending for a new Tool arrangement and gets the nod of approval by the others. As long as they don’t start with the ending, that’s good news!”
That doesn’t mean we’ll get a new album in 2015, but at least it’s a step in the right direction.
Last year, Tool’s webmaster occasionally posted about the band’s work on a new set of songs and stated the new album is “progressing rather nicely.” The webmaster also said King Crimson percussionist Pat Mastelotto was involved with the recording of the new tunes, too.
Later last year, Tool guitarist Adam Jones has also posted an update to Instagram, which is simply a photo from the studio. Of course, the final christening is when the band announces that Maynard James Keenan is laying down vocals. Only time will tell if that happens in 2015 or not.
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