Rush, Tool, Primus and Police Supergroup Video

(Gibson) Rock's newest supergroup is all about rhythm. CCCP brings together three world-class drummers and one equally talented bassist, all members of enormously famous bands.

The Police's Stewart Copeland hosted a jam session at his studio in April and invited Rush drummer Neil Peart, Tool drummer Danny Carey and Primus bassist (and Copeland's Oysterhead bandmate) Les Claypool. According to Ultimate Classic Rock, the result was "Count Drumula," a song with lots of lead percussion which you can hear in the video below.

In addition to playing drums, Copeland brought along his guitar and tuba and Carey played a little trombone on the track. As of right now, CCCP have no future plans to do anything together. Check out video here

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