Tool are still stuck on their next album it seems, the long-awaited follow up to 2006’s ‘10,000 Days’.
Following frontman Maynard James Keenan’s comments last year that “there’s nothing to say” about the LP, he’s given another update.
In a new interview with The Press Enterprise, he says: “We’ve found a common ground. We just can’t seem to move forward.”
Keenan of course has also just released a new album, ‘Money Shot’, with his band Puscifer. The group will head over for a couple of dates this spring:
30 Manchester, Bridgewater Hall
31 London, The Roundhouse
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