Australia’s Time Off magazine caught up with Tool bassist Justin Chancellor, asking him why the band tends to play facing each other rather than the audience. “Well, we’re jamming together,” Chancellor responded. “A lot of our music is kind of fractured, and it holds together very tenuously, so we try to lock in with each other as best as possible on stage. You’ve got your monitors, but it never hurts to have a bit of eye contact, too.” The article at timeoff.com.au has since been removed.
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