Tool Member Promises New Album Will Be 'Awesome'


(Prog) Tool bassist Justin Chancellor has promised fans the band's long-awaited new album will be "awesome." The band's last studio effort was 2006's 10,000 Days and progress on the follow-up has been slow, thanks in part to an eight-year legal wrangle over artwork and a separate lawsuit brought by Tool's insurance company.

Also, guitarist Adam Jones previously revealed an unnamed band member had been dealing with a "really scary, do-or-die" illness that held up the writing sessions.

Having left fans waiting for more than 10 years, Chancellor promises it will be worth it in the end. He tells Top Guitar: "Just trust me that it's going to be awesome. It's going to happen. It's in the oven. It's cooking, it's cooking." Read more here.

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