Tool drummer Danny Carey told Kerrang! magazine that the band’s new music is resolutely non-commercial, even joking that the songs are “too long.” Carey explained, “Whatever those guys play is how they express themselves. Adam Jones and Justin Chancellor aren’t musically educated, so they just come up with the weirdest s**t. I just try to anchor it down and make it simple . . . The tracks are long — too long! Definitely too long for the radio!” Asked again about the timeline for the new LP, Carey stuck to the answer he’s given in other recent interviews, saying, “It’ll be out at some point in 2018.” Tool’s last album, 10,000 Days, came out in May 2006, more than 11 years ago.