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Tool guitarist Adam Jones admits that it's getting harder and harder for the band to make albums. Jones tells Revolver magazine, "It’s unfortunate that we haven’t put anything out in a while, but you know, we’ve changed as a band. It’s just like a marriage -- you grow older, people change, and you’ve gotta adapt or move on. We’ve become even more eclectic and distant, so getting things done and getting together is very hard. There are a lot of other interests. But what I really want people to know is that it’s not a bad thing. I’m serious."
Jones adds, "We all would have liked to have been done with a new record a long time ago -- but when it’s done, it’s gonna be good. And that’s the point. We’re not gonna put out something that sucks just to put it out." It's been over six years since Tool's last album.