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New Tool Coming Soon...or Later...

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They're hoping to get in the studio in June or July says Danny Carey...

How long will it take once they hit the studio? "The tracking part I’d say [takes] two to three months then probably a month to mix and master and that’s it."

Carey went on to explain the creative process behind their weird and wonderful music.

"We all just get in there and grind ‘em out, you know? Sometimes if I come up with a beat the guys will come up with a riff to that.

...my buddy sent me this, dont know where its from, but for those that know...

Kyuss Lives!

I know people are getting their bitch on about Kyuss Lives not being a legit reunion, but this may be as close as we ever get. Wretch era Kyuss jammers John Garcia (voice), Nick Oliveri (bass) and Brant Bjork (drums) have been touring the globe bringing the Kyuss sound to the masses. Occasionally Scott Reeder has joined Kyuss Lives on stage, the man who gave the band their bass sound through Sky Valley and As The Circus Leaves Town. Oliveri claims the band is called Kyuss Lives because there is no true Kyuss reunion without Josh Homme. He also stated he hopes to work with Homme again in the future.

Why This Rules: Having seen Kyuss in their heyday, anything even approaching a reunion is awesome. Now the band is looking to do a new album, hopefully with both Oliveri and Reeder involved. My hope is that Josh Homme will drop the pretention and get on board to record some new jams. If not, maybe QOTSA and Kyuss Lives will tour and Homme might stumble on stage to rock. Regardless of Homme, I’m amped for this record.

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good, cause 10,000 days kinda sucked.

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don't know if maynard is really interested in doing anything other than funding his wine making business so while i'm excited by the thought of new tool, i'll try to keep my expectations low

they were awesome in charlotte earlier this year though

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I would've rather heard about a new craftsman tool than some shitty band making weird music.

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i would rather hear about a shitty band than shitty tools.

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just first brand to come to my mind.

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I would've rather heard about a new craftsman tool than some shitty band making weird music.

Did you really call Tool a "shitty band that makes weird music"

Ohh dear lord son, there's something seriously wrong with you.

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I need a new tool to clean the protein out from between the computer keys.

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I need a new tool to clean the protein out from between the computer keys.

Panthro to busy?

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Tool is awesome, but if this album does eventually come out it will likely be their last. Maynard's voice is pretty much dead and I think he's done with making music. It's been so long since 10k days...

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I would've rather heard about a new craftsman tool than some shitty band making weird music.

Just because it doesn't cater to your tastes doesn't mean it's shitty. Tool is an AMAZING band....

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Meh Tool is not for everyone, and that's fine.

I'm real excited though, anytime the greatest drummer to ever live records an album it's worth paying attention to

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