Maynard James Keenan: Tool May Debut New Tracks on Tour, A Perfect Circle Working on New Album

by | Jun 11, 2010

Maynard James Keenan recently did an interview with Rolling Stone — he said that Tool may debut some new tracks while on their summer tour.

“We’re always writing,” Keenan says. “If it comes together, yeah, you’ll hear some new stuff. If it’s not ready, you won’t.”

Keenan also revealed that A Perfect Circle are currently at work on their fourth studio album.

“We’ve got some riffs and some music. It’s just basically playing it over and over again while driving and waiting for things to fall into place.”

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