Original Tool bassist Paul D’Amour has joined the legendary industrial band Ministry, according to Revolver. D’Amour will make his live debut with the pioneering act on a summer European tour that starts on June 16th in Austria. He has also been in the studio with the act recently. D’Amour replaces Tony Campos, who is taking a leave of absence for a 20th anniversary trek with his band Static-X. A founding member of Tool, D’Amour was part of the band from 1990 until 1995, when he left reportedly because he wanted to play guitar instead of bass. He appeared on the group’s first two releases, 1992’s Opiate EP and 1993’s full-length debut LP Undertow. His replacement was Justin Chancellor, who is still with the group. Ministry frontman Al Jourgensen told Revolver that he first met D’Amour at Lollapalooza in 1992, when he accidentally let D’Amour and Tool singer Maynard James Keenan drink from a bottle of whiskey laced with LSD. He recalled, “They drank it and they were tripping balls for, like, two or three days. They didn’t know what was going on and they were freaking out.” D’Amour’s former band, meanwhile, is preparing to release its long-awaited fifth studio album — its first in more than 13 years — on August 30th.