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Paul D'Amour, not Adam Jones

This is Paul D'Amour's newest project (former bassist for Tool- from Opiate and Undertow... and he wrote a couple of songs on Aenima). I don't think Adam Jones (Tool's guitarist) is even involved.

The single is cool. Looking forward to the EP.

Another excellent D'amour release

also see Feersum Enjinn, Lusk, Replicants... I've always thought Paul was one of the reasons TOOL got over so quickly when they came out- that picked bass made all the early tool songs so friggn awesome. Do yourself a favor and buy this..

Lesser Key - Greater Music

Pauls work really shines through here.. Musically, I love the album, love the bass work especially.. I think the singer has a great voice but the sound and style is a little too familiar/predictable for me. I wish the vocals were a little more dark.. hit some more lows, and growls and screams ha, ha. I can't quite nail it. If Chino Moreno was singing it'd get 5 stars. However, this should get some radio play for sure because it's more mainstream vocally. Favorites were In Passing Through, Intersession and the Labile, which is an electronic departure from the rest of the album (reminded me of Trentmoller which is muy bueno).. typically Pauls albums have some type of contrast at the end.. not sure if that little diddy was his though. Skip the genetically modified cheeseburger and buy this instead.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '10s

Though Paul D'Amour left Tool in 1995, the year before the band would release the groundbreaking Ænima, the bass player continued to make music, playing with bands like Lusk before falling off the music radar for a while. D'Amour quietly recorded music solo under the name Feersum Ennjin, but with Lesser Key, the bassist returns to the group setting with a sound that evokes his early art-metal work. Made up of D'Amour, singer Andrew Zamudio, guitarist Brett Fanger, and drummer Justin Hanson, Lesser...
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