Paul D’Amour, the original bassist for progressive rock/metal band Tool, seemed like he was out of the game for a while after his departure before Aenima‘s release. However, he resurfaced in 2012 with the fantastic Feersum Ennjin self-titled debut, which is an album you definitely need to check out if you haven’t heard it.
Now D’Amour is back with a new project called Lesser Key, which also features Andrew Zamudio, Brett Fanger, and Justin Hanson. The band will be releasing their debut EP on April 1st via Sumerian Records. It was produced by Sylvia Massy, who has worked with System Of A Down, Johnny Cash, and, fittingly enough, Tool. Below is a teaser clip of several songs from the EP.
You can pre-order the EP in various packages here.
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