During a recent live show, Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan pranked drummer Danny Carey by switching his gong mallet with a dildo. You can see footage of that below:
During a recent interview with Cleveland Scene, Tool drummer Danny Carey talked a bit about the band’s future plans. Among them are a live DVD from the 2002 “Lateralus” tour and possibly even some new music.
Carey said the following about the DVD:
“[It will be] a good mind-blower for all the hardcore fans. Most of it will be from the Lateralus tour from 2002.”
He also added the following about the long wait for “Fear Inoculum” and the possibility of new music from the band:
“It was frustrating not having new material to play, but that time really flew by quickly. I guess that’s just the nature of life. It’s like when you have kids, and they’re grown up, and you go, ‘What happened?’ It took a long time, but we did a lot of touring and tried to grow in different ways and take a break from each other to keep things fresh. We also wanted to bring in outside influences, so we would have something new to say to each other musically. It all came together really well on this one. I’m sure it won’t take us this long for the next one. We even had some stuff left over from the last one that we’ll develop. We have head starts on three or four new songs.”
Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan has shared footage of himself playing “Operation” behind drummer Danny Carey‘s kit during a recent live show. You can see how that went down below. This news comes after Keenan previously shared footage of himself playing “Jenga” behind the kit.
During a recent live show, Tool’s Danny Carey was having issues with his snare drum, resulting in his drum tech. Joe Slaby, having to replace it mid-song. You can see footage of the smooth transition below:
Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan has shared footage of himself playing Jenga behind drummer Danny Carey‘s kit during a recent live show. You can check that out below:
Author & Punisher has officially released his new album, “Krüller,” and the effort features some guest spots from Tool’s Danny Carey and Justin Chancellor. Carey appears on the song “Misery,“ while Chancellor appears on the song “Centurion.” You can stream those tracks below:
As previously reported, Tool’s Danny Carey was recently arrested and charged with misdemeanor assault after getting into an altercation with someone who was working security at an airport in Kansas City, MO. The drummer is now set to appear in court on January 12.
Billboard have also since obtained the citation that was issued by the Kansas City Airport Police. It says that Carey allegedly made contact with the man in question while yelling a homophobic slur:
“[Carey] did intentionally cause and unlawful, offensive contact upon [redacted] by yelling at the complaintant ‘you’re a f—ing f—-t repeatedly and jabbed the complainant in the chest repeatedly.”
According to TMZ, Tool’s Danny Carey was arrested for misdemeanor assault after getting into an altercation with someone who was working security at an airport in Kansas City, MO. The drummer has since been released from custody, but he could face a fine of up to $13,900. This news comes shortly after Carey performed live at the Missouri Tigers vs. Kansas Jayhawks NCAA basketball game in Lawrence, KS.
During the December 11 Missouri Tigers vs. Kansas Jayhawks NCAA basketball game in Lawrence, KS, Tool drummer Danny Carey performed a cover of Jimi Hendrix’s “Fire.” You can see fan-filmed footage of that below:
Danny Carey (Tool), Josh Homme (Queens Of The Stone Age), Troy Van Leeuwen (Queens Of The Stone Age), Taylor Hawkins (Foo Fighters), Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Chris Chaney (Jane’s Addiction), and Andrew Watt (Post Malone, Ozzy Osbourne) recently took part in a charity concert for Malibu Elementary School. You can find some fan-filmed footage from that set below: