Maynard James Keenan News
Metal outfit set to release first new album since 2004 next year
Tool singer muses on relationship between community and creativity in new episode of web series
Tool frontman says love of puzzles informs both winemaking, writing lyrics
"If I was just [making music], you start to run out of actual life experiences," Tool singer says
"I wanted the 'thank you but no thank you' letter to frame. Never got it," prog-metal singer said of being rejected for all-female fest
Prog-metal titans team with Primus, Clutch, Fantômas and the Melvins for biggest non-festival headlining show ever
Metal band's 28-date trek launches in October
Band's first full-scale run in six years kicks off in April
Learn what role future Rage Against the Machine members, singer's Green Jellö stint played in alt-metal giants' earliest days
UFC fighters defend crumbling America from mutant Donald Trump in demented clip for "The Arsonist"
Singer also discusses Joni Mitchell, Green Jellö and other topics chronicled in upcoming bio 'A Perfect Union of Contrary Things'
'A Perfect Union of Contrary Things' due out in November
Prog-metal veterans play 'Opiate' opener for first time since 1998 during recent San Francisco show
"This is a multi-media performance unlike anything you’ve ever witnessed," singer Maynard James Keenan says of 21-date trek
"It was an awful 24 hours of just trying to figure out where he was," Maynard James Keenan said