News Bands Feersum Ennjin to collaborate with Danny Carey; push back debut release

Feersum Ennjin to collaborate with Danny Carey; push back debut release

Posted Nov. 4, 2011, 3:51 a.m. in Bands by Sarah
Feersum Ennjin to collaborate with Danny Carey; push back debut release

Rock band Feersum Ennjin, notable for containing ex-Tool bassist Paul D'Amour, have pushed back the release of their eponymous debut in order to add a new track to the album. The new song, "The Fourth," features D'Amour playing alongside former bandmate and current Tool drummer Danny Carey. The album is now expected to be released on 22 November.

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