Tool band duo playing Ænema performance has surfaced online
Tool‘s beloved and talented members Justin Chancellor and Danny Carey‘s video has recently popped up revealing an amazing insight of their LA quartet album as they playing duo one of its songs, Ænema.
On November 14, 2019, Justin Chancellor and Danny Carey from Tool were hosted at Berklee College Of Music to give students to a private showcase gig by Steve Bailey from the college’s Bass Department. And after a few years, Tool‘s footage of playing Ænema duo has surfaced with making all of us jealous of those students, for sure. So, finding one of rock’s biggest and most respected band’s rhythms when you actually go there for a class doesn’t seem a daily routine of a college student, does it?
This video captured by bassist Mark Donohue the footage during this showcase gig of the band’s beloved and talented members and was shared on the WAL Bass Collective Instagram page back then.
We guess there is no need to describe how those students were lucky. And now, a longer version of the footage has been popped up online revealing much more of the song and its structure with amazing fans all over again.
Ænima is the second album of Tool, which debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart upon its initial release, selling 148,000 copies in its first week. And its title track also won the Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance in 1998 along with being ranked the sixth most influential album of all time in 2003. Considering the song’s very much lasting effects on us, it was no shocker it had gained those and more so far as well. Can’t imagine the chillings of Berklee College Of Music‘s the students had felt during watching this amazing performance of Justin Chancellor and Danny Carey. You can watch it down below.
On the other side, many of you know that Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan had worried his fans as he contracted the virus not once but twice last year. But luckily, he recently appeared on a new interview where he also relieved his fans saying “everything’s grand.”