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Old 10-19-2005, 08:15 PM
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Danny Carey is one of my Favorite drumists he plays in Tool and he did play in a perfect circle.
Honest mistake considering that maynard is in the band.That is the main thing behind tool and apc's message is to learn something new.
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Old 10-19-2005, 08:20 PM
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Tim Alexander was the original drummer of APC, he played with them during their early live gigs. He left before the record was complete, and was replaced by Josh Freese. On the album he only plays on "The Hollow", which is my favourite bit of drumming on the album. No offence to Josh Freese, his stuff is great too - I just like that track more :)
All three membranoists are exceptionally good percussionists, but what really matters is that they all have they're own style.
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Old 10-19-2005, 09:40 PM
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So whats the rumor on the new tool album early next year mabe? Can't wait!!!
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Old 10-20-2005, 12:21 AM
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So whats the rumor on the new tool album early next year mabe? Can't wait!!!
I made a post about it a few post above your question. Check it out! The reason that you didn't see it is becuase this thread needed to be merged.
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Old 10-23-2005, 09:16 PM
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What to people think of danny carey, i personally love him, am i jaded because i think tool is an unbelivable band, or is he really as good as i think?
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Old 11-05-2005, 02:36 AM
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one of my favorite drummers (and tool also is one of my favorite bands). I recently heard some tracks by a side-project he did called zaum. there are probably some people here familiar with it otherwise you might want to take a look into this. he did some great work there too (although I didn't really like the vocals as much as I like them from maynard).
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Old 12-04-2005, 05:21 AM
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Danny Carey and Maynard James Keenan are prabably my idols in the rock category, They are both gnarly people.
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Old 12-04-2005, 05:56 AM
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I'm attempting to learn Lateralus note-for-note, and man is it hard! The part in the middle, with the opening/closing hi-hats and the four consecutive bass notes, requires a proficient degree of independence and timing. Insane stuff, not to mention that I'm also incoroporating the breakdown Danny does at the end of the song in the Jeff Ocheltree DVD (which also happens to be here on the site).

He's such an amazing drummer. Whether you label him under hard rock, prog, or experimental, he's still one of the drumming greats of this decade. His understanding of odd time signatures, his ability to vary grooves and patterns in the middle of songs, his sense of phrasing and technical proficiency... amazing. Just amazing. One of my favorite drummers right now, and he's earned it!
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Old 12-04-2005, 05:59 AM
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I'm attempting to learn Lateralus note-for-note, and man is it hard! The part in the middle, with the opening/closing hi-hats and the four consecutive bass notes, requires a proficient degree of independence and timing. Insane stuff, not to mention that I'm also incoroporating the breakdown Danny does at the end of the song in the Jeff Ocheltree DVD (which also happens to be here on the site).
I always found the verse right at the beginning one of the hardest bits. The five-against-six bit in the middle is quite tricky, but once you get it the pattern is relatively short and you've just got to stay tight. But the verse has all kinds of bizarre tom patterns wandering across barlines and all sorts of things.
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Old 12-05-2005, 12:39 AM
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There's nothing I can say about Danny Carey that hasn't already been said. He is probably the most creative, powerful, and technically proficient drummer of the modern age. He is, and will continue to be, my biggest inspiration to play drums.
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Old 12-06-2005, 09:22 AM
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He's definitely among the greats, but I think that's some pretty lofty praise. There are super technical drummers abound, and I think it gets damn hard when you're at that level to say hey - this guy is better than that one. Neil Peart, Mike Portnoy, Nick Barker are all guys who I'd say give him a run for his money.
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Old 12-28-2005, 04:22 PM
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Umm dude firstly, Danney is doing all the percussion in the intro to Eulogy....Adam plucking the guitar over and over....i dunno if that sounds like a ducksound to you but whatever.....and then Maynard is making that 'bup bup' sound through a hair drier.....if you dont believe me download a live bootleg clip of the song and see for yourself....thought id just clear that up for you guys.....Cheers(btw i signed up to this website just to post that....hahaha i couldnt let such misknowledge be passed on!)



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The thing that sounds like a duck is Maynard with a megaphone, if you listen carefully you can hear he's actually singing a sustained note the whole time and then pulling those loud notes out by pressing the megaphone button.

Adam is playing too, he's doing the:

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... type rhythm (can't remember if that's exactly it). He plays it on the guitar behind the bridge, if I recall. It's most certainly not all Danny.
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Old 01-31-2006, 09:39 PM
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I cant wait for this new album . His fills on "The Grudge" and "Pushit" blow my mind so much that i wont attempt to even try. oh yea and check out www.myspace.com/volto for real D.C fans!
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Old 02-07-2006, 05:12 PM
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Danny Carey's playing on Lateralus is some of my favorite stuff. Very cool use of toms, monster bass drum work, just excellent.

I wish his website offered a little more insight and was varied a little. It's like, okay, I get it, you think Aleister Crowley is really cool, how 'bout some stuff related to music?

Anyway, I look forward to hearing more from this guy.

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Old 02-12-2006, 02:13 AM
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Default Danny Carey at MD fest?

i thought he and one other drummer were going to be on the mdfest... i dont know, i may be making a mistake.
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Old 02-12-2006, 05:15 AM
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He played at the festival but his PR wouldnt let him be on the DVD. I dont know the whole story, pretty mysterious.
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Old 02-12-2006, 05:36 AM
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id give an arm and a leg to see that performance!!!
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Old 02-12-2006, 09:46 PM
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A new dream has come to reality: Tool are touring again and they are coming this summer to Europe. I'll see them at Rock Im Park in Germany and at Interlaken Switzerland (same fest than DW's video of Terry Bozzio with Fantomas). HEY HEY HEY HEY HEY HEY HEY HEY!! Favourite band, one of my favourite drummer grrrr that's some nasty news.
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Old 02-26-2006, 06:28 PM
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The following is an excerpt from Danny's bio on the Tool web page-

Despite not becoming a Mason or aligning himself with any other school of religion, Danny has maintained his heritages interest in occult studies. Endeavors into this realm have manifested periodically, such as the time he achieved insight into a hidden aspect of the unicursal hexagram utilizing an astral journey initiated through meditation and DMT. Danny then set up his drums into proportions utilizing the circle and square of the New Jerusalem and uttered a short prayer relating to the principles of the ace of swords from the book of Thoth. He then performed a ritual utilizing his new found knowledge of the unicursal hexagram to generate a pattern of movement in space relating to Fuller's vector equilibrium model. The resulting rhythm and gateway summoned a daemon he has contained within "the Lodge" that has been delivering short parables similar to passages within the Book of Lies. Danny recommends as a device of protection and containment a thorough study and utilization of the underlying geometry of the Temple of Solomon for anyone purchasing their next record.


Now, I think the guy is a good drummer and all, but geez! A sane drummer of his caliber might list the influences of the greats that came before him, he might even explain the importance of practice and study of different styles, but Danny has a deadringer that he has so kindly shared with all the young fans out there. His playing style can be accredited to a "daemon he has contained within the Lodge".

Now kids, be careful before you try this at home. Be sure to get that handy dandy protection and containment device. A thorough study and utilization of the underlying geometry of the Temple of Solomon is required. Good luck with the "daemon"!

I'm going to go ahead and vote- insane.
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Old 02-26-2006, 06:37 PM
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I am under the impression you are not getting the joke? I am not the biggest Tool fan or am i the greatest Danny Carey fan. When reading his passage...do not take it so seriously. The essence of Tool, in my opinion, that it is group of "Andy Kauffmans." They like to have fun through odd "dry humor" jokes. By doing this they leave the fans in confusion pondering one question: "is this for real, or a joke." So in the end, to call Danny Carey "insane" is a little premature. Have a little fun, and try not to take the things they say too seriously.

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Old 02-26-2006, 07:03 PM
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Yeah. I'm one of the biggest Tool fans in the universe. Danny Carey is not crazy, just very, very funny. He's not really into the occult.
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Old 02-26-2006, 07:09 PM
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This is very good to know. I was thinking that this guy had fallen off his rocker. He's a very good drummer. I guess the jokes on me, just like Big League said, "Andy Kaufmans".
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Old 02-26-2006, 07:49 PM
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I reckon it started out as a "hey, let's try that for an image" thing and kind of ballooned over the years as interviewer after interviewer failed to get the joke and kept asking more and more serious questions about the subject.

Have you read toolband.com? It's just some random guy called Blair rambling on about taking drugs, eating curry and partaking in occult rituals. You really think they'd do that seriously? I reckon they're having a great time keeping fourteen and fifteen year old kids in Deep Philosophy to chat about on the internet.
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Old 02-26-2006, 08:46 PM
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I think you have to be puffing on DMT to try and write music as he does.
His drumming is insane.
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Old 02-26-2006, 08:47 PM
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Yeah, what finn said. Sounds like a quick gimmick to attract some attention. Given Tools very secretive ways and refusal to put Carey on Modern Drummer Festival DVD though raises my suspicions to just how "fun loving" they really are.

No Tool on iTunes? ONE BILLION SONGS SOLD and not a single one of them by Tool.

On a complete side note, I'm glad that Finn and I have come full circle and generally are in 100 percent agreement most of the time! I guess as long as we avoid talking about Mac vs. PC or Vital Information we are golden!

More Matt Chamberlain, less Steve Smith I say!
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Old 02-26-2006, 09:00 PM
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Genius or Insane:

Many geniuses are known to be considered insane: it is the only way to cause a revolution. Look at Galileo. He had thoughts of astronomy whicheveryone considered to be insane: his theories are now accepted by everyone (the sun is the center of our solar system, planets move in elliptical orbits).

Danny is definately strange, but I think Tool seems to put on sort of a show with themselves. Maynard James Keenan (who I consider a freak) is considered by many to be one the greatest lyricists ever (he is very intelligent, and his work reflects his knowledge of writing and literature). He is known to hate the music industry itself, since it is a money scheme (in his opinion).

I think the entire band is putting some sort of act; it seems as though they attempt to be as strange as possible. Danny is known affiliate of the occult and applies metaphysics to drumming (I don't even know what metaphysics is). Danny Carey is either putting on the genius act or the weirdo act. Since the genius act may get him notariety, further pushing him into the media, I'll go with straight up crazy.

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Old 02-26-2006, 09:02 PM
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I don't think Tool are occult at all, I think if they have an engagement it's more politically oriented. And even if they were it wouldn't change the way I listen their incredible music.
Some pictures still make me wonder if they are really joking or not..........maybe it's just another DMT ritual.............
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Old 02-26-2006, 09:09 PM
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Yeah, what finn said. Sounds like a quick gimmick to attract some attention. Given Tools very secretive ways and refusal to put Carey on Modern Drummer Festival DVD though raises my suspicions to just how "fun loving" they really are.

No Tool on iTunes? ONE BILLION SONGS SOLD and not a single one of them by Tool.

On a complete side note, I'm glad that Finn and I have come full circle and generally are in 100 percent agreement most of the time! I guess as long as we avoid talking about Mac vs. PC or Vital Information we are golden!

More Matt Chamberlain, less Steve Smith I say!
Now Macs have Intel-Chips - the discussion is over. So everybody can have a nice Mac grapics environment, if he can afford.

And again this Modern Drummer - Carey - Thing: more a quality issue cached with legal issue arguments....

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Old 02-26-2006, 09:13 PM
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[quote=Stu_Strib]Yeah, what finn said. Sounds like a quick gimmick to attract some attention. QUOTE]

Stu Brings up a valid point: Danny Carey seems to want some sort of attention. He will probably never get any from the media, which is actually a shame. This nature in itself will attract die-hard fans of Tool, who try to mimic Tool in as many ways possible. For example: In my school, I talked to one of my friends about Lateralus (the CD). I was handing him the cd; This really strange kid at our school came up to us :
Him:"You like Tool?"
Me: "Yeah."
Him: "Do you know the extent of Tool's genius?"
Me: "I think their drummer is really good. The band itself is pretty solid. So in terms of music theory or whatever, they know their stuff."
Him: "You don't know anything about Tool, therefore you know nothing about yourself." Then walked away.

This kid thought he was being so mysterious and dark, but he was just trying to mimic Tool's behavior (at least what he thught they would behave like). Carey's mysterious personality lends to his image, and personally, I think Tool tries very hard to stay secretive, and be weird (how many lead singers perform off stage a good portion of their show, or do odd dances to thier own music - and I don't mean headbanging). This is the sort of attention Tool probably wants: they want to get so many die-hard fans that eventually, they media will be forced towards them, and when Tool refuses to do interviews or public appearances, they will get more attention. Either that, or to just mess with our heads.

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Old 02-26-2006, 10:39 PM
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I'm going to go ahead and vote- insane.
Can I vote that this is all a part of Tools idiom as a crazy band. Their own little weird gimmick. He knows how to drum so well because he went the University of Kansas and studied percussion.
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Old 02-26-2006, 11:12 PM
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Danny...applies metaphysics to drumming
Lmao. That must also be a joke.
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Old 02-26-2006, 11:34 PM
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Love tool, just dont read into it too much, regardless of whether it's true or not.
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Old 02-26-2006, 11:55 PM
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While Danny and Tool do love to screw with people. YES Danny is into the occult.
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Old 02-26-2006, 11:59 PM
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tool is defininitely a group of incredibly talented musicians. i don't think danny carey is

insane at all. although i don't know him personally, and neither do any of you, so really all

you are given to base your opinion on is what is put out there by tool. i.e. occult stuff blah

blah blah. whether he is into the occult or just likes having a bit of fun with the

unbeknownst media, he is still an insane drummer.
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Old 02-27-2006, 12:21 AM
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I think Tool is probably the most misunderstood band of all time. They're not crazy. They just have a different outlook on music and a sense of humor that is often misunderstood. I think it's their way of saying that you shouldn't take musicians too seriously.
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Old 02-27-2006, 01:12 AM
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I find Tool's "madness" and mystery quite engaging. They are excellent musicians and always give their best to their work.

Tool knows how to party.

Bless 'em.

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You know, when I first saw that quote, I was thinking the same thing. I thought he was crazy. After reading up on tool, however, I think theyre joking. I mean, they have to be joking. It sounds like the picked a whole bunch of big words and put them in a sentence, regardless if it made sense or not. Funny stuff though.
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Given Tools very secretive ways and refusal to put Carey on Modern Drummer Festival DVD though raises my suspicions to just how "fun loving" they really are.
so did they just take danny off of the dvd? cause i found the pictures of him from the md fest, be he was no where to be found on the dvd.
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Old 02-27-2006, 03:05 AM
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tool were my favourite band for ages, and when lateralus came out i couldn't believe my luck because it was - and still is - one of the most fun albums i have ever attempted to learn... the grudge and ticks & leeches would have to be the most challenging songs on the album, and i love the title track.
as far as tool's sense of humor goes, it has never really cracked me up the way a band like primus have... but i guess it is pretty funny how so many people take tool so seriously.
i certainly used to for a while until someone i know said how funny he thought tool were: then it kind of dawned on me

"...The resulting rhythm and gateway summoned a daemon he has contained within "the Lodge" that has been delivering short parables similar to passages within the Book of Lies..."

ha ha.. yeah

i think danny carey is both completely insane and a genius because you would have to be insane to be as creative a player as he is
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Old 03-09-2006, 08:16 AM
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Very amazing drummer, if anyone can scan any articles in modern drummer or anything that would be excellent. Cannot wait for the new album, regardless of everyone freaking out about the title
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