Tool’s drummer Danny Carey reveals schedule for next album

Tool‘s Danny Carey talks his latest interview the band has “tons of material” for an upcoming album.

This Los Angeles founded band Tool’s Fear Inoculum release has finally on August 30th. They are the desires of many fans who have been waiting for 10,000 days from 2006. Also, the band members are already excited about the upcoming album. We can’t wait again that long again. Adam Jones recently commented on the difficult but ultimately rewarding recording experience that Tool goes through, exposing his desire to do it again. Now, drummer Danny Carey has confirmed to his thoughts about the next album.

Danny Carey: Tool has tons of material for the next album

The fifth full-length album 79-minute record it’s been 13 long years since the band last released a record 2006’s album 10,000 Days. Speaking with Metal Hammer, Carey reveals what’s gonna would be in next years in the band: We’re going to tour on this probably for two or three years at least, I imagine. It feels like what we’ve done on every album, and then I guess we’ll see where we’re sitting after that,” stated Carey. “My hope is we get in and knock out another record. We have tons of material. It’s not going to take 12 years, or if it does, I’ll probably be so old I probably can’t pick up my sticks anymore. But my hope is we’ll do another record and just keep moving forward.

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Also, Danny Carey added, there’s more motivation. The carrot on the stick has gotten larger because now we’ll be free agents – we don’t have to deal with a record company or if we do, we deal with it on our terms, because we can do whatever we want now. It will take a process of doing it. And if we do another album, it’ll take three years after touring. That’s just the way it is with our band.

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