Sharing the news on socials today, Death Grips confused some Tool fans by sharing a photo of Chancellor in the studio with drummer Zach Hill, shortly after Tool told their fans they had finally entered the studio together to record their long-awaited new album.
Aside from Andrew Adamson and Justin Chancellor, Death Grips’ next album is also expected to include a collaboration with Australian artist Lucas Abela, who is best known for playing broken glass using his face.
Death Grips released their latest Bottomless Pit in 2016, and toured Australia last year. Tool, meanwhile, haven’t released a studio album since 2006’s 10,000 Days, and fans are growing increasingly impatient.
Working on the new album with Justin Chancellor pic.twitter.com/cFMacJ3WiT
— Ꭰeath Ꮹrips (@bbpoltergiest) March 15, 2018