Watch Maynard James Keenan’s Epic Iron Man Entrance At Tool Show

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Tim Cadiente has uploaded a great video of Maynard James Keenan walking on stage at last night’s Tool show in San Antonio, Texas. The video is filmed behind Keenan, making him feel more like a superhero than he already does with the Iron Manesque suit he’s been wearing.

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San Antonio Setlist:
No Quarter
The Grudge
Parabol
Parabola
Schism
Opiate
Ænima
Descending
Jambi
Forty Six & 2
Drum Solo
Sweat
Stinkfist

Watch Tool’s complete shows in San Diego and San Francisco below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UqKHiwJ654

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mtk5seU3t0s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXBsq6g0uMo

Adam Jones discussed Tool’s new album in a recent Rolling Stone interview.

“I’ll tell you, it’s wonderful. Things are really flowing and going really well, and I’m just blown away at the stuff that’s coming together. I’m excited and can’t wait for it to be done. It’s something I’ve been missing for a long time [laughs], that beautiful collaboration that we have because we’re all so different and have different tastes. But again, when you are all meeting in the middle and that thing you do that meets in the middle is just beautiful, it’s very rewarding. So yes, I’m very happy.”

“We probably have 20 potential song ideas now. Of course, 20 won’t be on the record. We’re just jamming. But I’ll tell you, there’s nothing better than having too many good songs then not enough. It’s great. You pick your faves.”

He also discussed how Maynard James Keenan is working with the band.

“We have an FTP and a Dropbox and we’re in communication. He’s got other stuff he does, so we keep him in the loop, and he has written lyrics, but he’s still working on that and he’ll commit. The best thing for all of us is when the song is done. I don’t write leads until the song is done. You want to get a vibe. And Maynard can work on lyrics, but until the song’s done and he knows how the end is, he’s still figuring out the flow.

The thing with Tool is you have four critical thinkers who like different stuff, so our process is not an easy one but it’s a very rewarding one. So yes, he is exposed to new music. It’s always been this way and it probably will always be this way and it’s just how people work.”