Tag Archives: Danny Carey

Danny Carey says new Tool “definitely this year”

Posted by on January 10, 2018

If there’s one thing we’ve known about Tool since about 2008 or so, it’s to never take what they say about the follow-up to 10,000 Days at face value. Despite legions of fans and a touring presence that’s kept them in the public spotlight, the band’s fifth full-length album has been on the “albums to watch” […]

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Footage available from supergroup Legend of the Seagullmen’s live debut

Posted by on January 3, 2018

Earlier last month, we were excited to hear the first single “Shipswreck” from the supergroup Legend of the Seagullmen featuring Tool’s Danny Carey (drums), Mastodon’s Brent Hinds (guitar),  along with director Jimmy Hayward (Jonah Hex) on guitar, David ‘The Doctor’ Dreyer (vocals), Zappa Meets Zappa’s Peter Griffin (bass), and Chris DiGiovanni (synth). The group had […]

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Supergroup Legend of the Seagullmen (Tool/Mastodon) premiere first single

Posted by on December 8, 2017

Legend of the Seagullmen, the supergroup featuring Tool’s Danny Carey (drums), Mastodon’s Brent Hinds (guitar), director Jimmy Hayward (Jonah Hex) on guitar, David ‘The Doctor’ Dreyer (vocals), Zappa Meets Zappa’s Peter Griffin (bass), and Chris DiGiovanni (synth), are getting ready for their self-titled debut album, which will be released on February 9th via Dine Alone […]

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Drummer Danny Carey says new Tool album will arrive in 2018

Posted by on December 8, 2017

We are happy to say that it looks like the moment has finally arrived. Tool will release a new album sometime in 2018. Drummer Danny Carey confirmed this information while speaking on the Metal Sucks podcast about his Legend of the Seagullmen project. He was asked about Tool’s new album and expressed that it will […]

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Today in Mastodon: new beer coming, Masto/Tool supergroup opening for Primus

Posted by on October 19, 2017

Mastodon has had a pretty prolific year, having released and album and an EP while being on tour for much of the year and making the late night rounds. That doesn’t mean that they’re sitting still, even as they continue to hit the road with Eagles of Death Metal and Russian Circles. For one, they’ve […]

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Watch Tool drummer Danny Carey covering Tool with young musicians

Posted by on March 21, 2017

The Los Angeles hard rock outfit Reformed who enjoy eating potatoes and going to Six Flags, had a surprise guest during their recent student performance at the Burbank Music Academy. Thanks to the fan footage below, we get to see Tool drummer Danny Carey sitting in with the group performing a cover of Tool’s “The […]

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Tool’s Danny Carey suffering from “very serious” staph infection

Posted by on October 24, 2016

Tool have several shows coming up, and just played the Aftershock Festival this past Saturday. While there’s still no update on a new album, and no new material was played, the band did jam on one of their first songs, “Opiate,” giving it an extended bridge (see below). And while many probably couldn’t tell the […]

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At least Seth Meyers thinks a new Tool album is coming sometime soon

Posted by on September 27, 2016

Yesterday was the beginning of Tool drummer Danny Carey’s one-week stand on Late Night With Seth Meyers. So far , there have been zero drum solos and no appearances by other members of Tool. You probably shouldn’t hold your breath for anything new from the band any time soon, regardless of the fact that the 10 year […]

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Tool’s Danny Carey to guest-drum on Late Night With Seth Meyers next week

Posted by on September 22, 2016

One of the more interesting thing about Late Night with Seth Meyers is his band. Granted, in terms of late night show bands, it’s hard to touch The Roots, and Meyers didn’t try. Instead, he got fellow Saturday Night Live alumni Fred Armisen to assemble a band. Picking members of indie rock bands Girls Against Boys and […]

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Happy Friday, here’s another Tool (non) update

Posted by on July 29, 2016

It’s been 3,744 days since Tool released their last album, 10,000 Days. Somehow, it feels like longer, but in the decade plus since April 28, 2006, we have gotten at least some information about the band’s sixth album. Namely that a legal issue with a former friend of the band that designed artwork dragged out for years […]

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