We have mentioned earlier how Tool drummer Danny Carey got arrested for allegedly getting into a fight in the past few days. And just recently, the regarded band’s drummer’s footages while getting arrested are also revealed. But before we see the video, let’s take a glimpse and remember how Danny Carey got arrested in the first place.
This weekend, the regarded band got on the stage at the Kansas vs. Mizzou college basketball game, which actually went great at the beginning. But unfortunately, we can’t say the same thing about what happened afterward.
Right after he had performed at the University of Kansas vs. the University of Missouri men’s basketball game in Lawrence, Kansas, it turns out Tool drummer Danny Carey got arrested for getting into a fight on his way back from Lawrance. A disturbance between two men was confirmed by law enforcement sources, stating the site airport got to a fight scene on Sunday night, December 12.
And as of today, a video filmed by a civilian outside the airport terminal also got released. The video shows Tool drummer as he was berating the officers and the civilian filming him to “videotape all of this.” While there is still no particular reason stated by any of Tool members, Danny Carey keeps asking in the video that “Who did I assault? I just want to get the fuck out of here,” seeming he doesn’t have an idea, either. While the talented drummer is been pushed by two officers against the airport’s glass wall, the video gives a short glimpse of how the Tool drummer resisted during he was getting handcuffed.
On the other side, it is also reported that Danny Carey might face a fine of up to $13,900 for getting into it with an employee working security at the airport. Allegedly, the reason Tool drummer arresting is reported as Carey’s homophobic slur during his altercation with the male airport employee.
Arresting Tool drummer afterward, the polices transported Carey to a police station for misdemeanor assault accusations of the 60-year-old musician. And even though the talented drummer was released on bond, the case also hasn’t dropped yet. As the police report is being forwarded to prosecutors for review, the potential charges will be revealed after the review process.
Ultimately, Tool will be heading out on the roads again for its upcoming 2022 for a U.S. tour in January, before they will pass over to Europe in April, after all.
And here is also the revealed video of Tool drummer as he got arrested during the incident, down below.
Considered as one of the best drummers in the world, Danny Carey is mostly known for his tenure with Tool.
On the other side, Danny Carey has a huge solo career that he worked with other famous names. Carey has contributed to albums by artists such as Carole King, The Melvins, Green Jellö, Skinny Puppy, Lusk, Adrian Belew, Zaum, Collide, Meat Puppets, Pigface, and many more, outside of his career with Tool.
Formed in 1990, Tool consists of Maynard James Keenan as its lead singer, Adam Jones as its guitarist, Danny Carey as its drummer, and Justin Chancellor as its bassist. During its huge career, Tool has gathered massive regard all around the world, as it also crowned its success by winning 4 Grammy Awards, as well. As the regarded band went on tours all around the world, its albums also never left the tops of the charts in several countries, showing off their music’s power and effect on people.
And as the regarded band went on tours all around the world, and topping in charts in several countries with its tasty albums, showing off their music’s power and effect on people, Maynard James Keenan, the lead singer of Tool, has recently appeared in an interview, where he talked about their effective songs, along with pointing out the introduction song to entry the regarded band’s world for the people unfamiliar them, yet.
You may find out more about what Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan revealed as Tool introduction song, along with his conversation about the band during his recent interview, if you are interested.
Here is also a video of Tool drummer Danny Carey, as he performs a Jimi Hendrix song, Fire, at the University of Kansas vs. the University of Missouri men’s basketball game in Lawrence, Kansas.