Tool bassist Justin Chancellor has opened up about the band's forthcoming new album and says they're in the final stages of the recording process. Addressing the nagging question of when fans will get to hear the new release, Chancellor opened up on the Metal Sucks podcast.
"It really is an evolving thing," Chancellor begins. "Being out the last couple of weeks on the road and playing together, this year, we've really kind of hit a new level I'd say. [We're] really excited to be around each other and we're gonna just bang it out when we get back home, we're ready to go."
"We're about 90-percent there, it's been like a crazy science project, kind of like a petri dish," the bassist adds. "We've just been really picky over what we want to put on this new album and really want to come up with something completely unique. Plus, we have endless amounts of material to sift through, so it's just been a process - a little different from last time."
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