Thanks to guitarist Adam Jones, Tool have shared an essential piece of the recording process.
Maynard James Keenan
The psychedelic kaleidoscope of a home was on the market earlier this year for $2.795 million, but it was just sold for $2.37 million.
Congrats are in order for Tool / A Perfect Circle / Puscifer frontman Maynard James Keenan, who just became a father again.
Tool / A Perfect Circle / Puscifer frontman Maynard James Keenan's birthday was back in April, but the prolific musician celebrated his 50th in grand fashion on May 10 and May 11. Maynard's 'Cinquanta' event was held at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles and the guest of honor performed with both A Perfect Circle and Puscifer during the occasion.
Yes! We've just been gifted with a new episode of 'Cooking Hostile,' where a cartoon Philip Anselmo teaches you how to concoct delicious recipes while screaming at your face. Additionally, the third episode of 'Cooking Hostile' features animated appearances from Tool's Maynard James Keenan, Crowbar's Kirk Windstein, Meshuggah's Jens Kidman + more.
Every hardcore Tool fan (and there are a LOT of them) has wondered what the inside of singer Maynard James Keenan's home looks like. You may imagine Maynard dwelling in some sort of psychedelic kaleidoscope or even one of the worlds created for a Tool music video, and you wouldn't be entirely incorrect. Luckily, if you've got $2.795 million burning a hole in your pocket, you can buy Maynard's home in the Hollywood Hills.
Maynard James Keenan once said, "F--- your tattoos," in a little song called 'Ænima,' but the vocalist hasn't let that statement stop him from getting some ink of his own. Maynard has sported a few tats for a while now, but the musician / cult leader has just gotten himself an entire half-sleeve on his right arm.
Tool, A Perfect Circle and Puscifer frontman Maynard James Keenan has always managed to see a bigger picture than just music, occasionally dabbling in acting and keeping a keen eye on the visual aspects of his bands' careers. With that in mind, the A.V. Club spoke with Keenan and asked him to mock up a faux film festival that would relate to his artistic output.