Tool Making Progress On New Album

(Prog) Tool webmaster Blair McKenzie Blake says in a new update that the band have nearly completed work on the instrumental parts of their long-awaited sixth album.

Fans have been living in anticipation for a almost exactly a decade since the release of 10,000 Days in May 2006. Last year guitarist Adam Jones said that the end of a drawn-out legal battle would speed up work on the record. But in March frontman Maynard James Keenan reported: "We just can't seem to move forward."

Blake writes in a Tool website bulletin: "I believe there are only a couple of 'shorter' songs left to complete, along with a segue or two or three." He adds: "Of course, we need to keep in mind any changes that might be needed to accommodate the vocals, etc, once the arrangements are finished." Read more here.

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