Maynard James Keenan Says New Tool Album Process Is Tedious

(TeamRock Radio) Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan admits getting set to add his input to the next Tool album is "tedious." His bandmates are thought to be working on tracks for the follow-up to 2006's 10,000 Days but it's taking a while.

Keenan tells Rolling Stone: "I don't write the music. They write the music. I wait for them to bring music to me. They tend to go back over and over stuff.

"It's a long process for a person like me, it can be a very tedious process." He doesn't believe it needs to take as long as it does. "They don't have to go through it 700 times," the frontman says. "They can trust that first thought. But that's their process, so you've got to let them do it." more on this story

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