Tool Members Have Become More Eclectic And Distant

(Classic Rock) Tool guitarist Adam Jones says it's "unfortunate" that it's taking so long to finish a follow-up to 2006 album 10,000 Days but the band have become victims of their own success.

Yet he insists it's no bad thing, and vows that when their fifth record finally arrives, it will have been worth waiting for.

Rumours circulated earlier this year that they were well into recording work, but drummer Danny Carey's scooter crash had derailed the process. Frontman Maynard James Keenan later said there was no work underway because he hadn't written any songs.

"We live kind of cushy lives now, so we get together when we want. It makes everything go slow, which is unfortunate," Jones tells Revolver. "It's unfortunate that we haven't put anything out in a while. But we've changed as a band. we've become even more eclectic and distant, so getting things done is very hard. There are a lot of other interests." more on this story

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