Tool Members Reunite on New Feersum Ennjin Album
Feersum Ennjin have delayed their album release to make room for another member of Tool.
The new rock band from former Tool bass player/Lusk founder Paul D'Amour, has moved their self-titled debut album to a Nov. 22 release date to add a new song ("The Fourth") that reunites D'Amour with his former band mate Danny Carey (drummer for Tool).
D'Amour and Carey last worked together on the 1995 release of Tool's album Aenima. Initial thoughts were to save the new song for the next Feersum Ennjin release but D'Amour was eager to share the track and a decision to push the release of Feersum Ennjin to Nov. 22 to allow for the inclusion of "The Fourth" was made.
D'Amour remained with Tool until the 1995 release of Aenima. He also founded the psychedelic outfit Lusk with Brad Laner (Medicine), Greg Edwards (Autolux, Failure) and Chris Pitman (Gun N'Roses). Lusk released one critically-acclaimed and Grammy-nominated release, Free Mars, in 1997 but their label imploded shortly thereafter and the group subsequently disbanded. D'Amour moved on to film composition, where he has spent the next dozen years quietly working on music for film and television.