Primus hint at new album with former drummer
2013-10-08 by Flyboy | 20 Comments

In a series of exciting Primus events that just went down in the course of a month, it appears that drummer, Tim "Herb" Alexander (who's work can be heard on Seas Of Cheese, Pork Soda, Tales...etc) is returning to the kit to what many call the "classic" Primus line-up.

His seat was kept warm by one Jay Lane who played on 2011's Green Naugahyde, better known to most as being an original member of Primus, having co-wrote many of the early Primus material.

When asked by Rolling Stone in a recent September 2013 interview about new material with the newly reunited trio Les had this to offer.

"We're talking about going into the studio in November. But it's all a little premature - we'll see what happens next week. If we get together and things are just flowing like crazy, then I'm sure we're going to hop right in the studio. If not, then … we'll be calling Alex Van Halen".

The full article can be read below.
http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/q-a-les-claypool-on-primus-future-and-his-tv-show-with-dean-ween-20130925

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amakir
October 8th 2013

26 Comments


This is good news.

DrHouseSchuldiner
October 8th 2013

5605 Comments


sweet

discovolante
October 8th 2013

639 Comments


Shall be sick.

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Wadlez
October 8th 2013

3358 Comments


New South Park theme song?

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FiveLeavesLeft
Staff Reviewer
October 8th 2013

7840 Comments


Hellyeah

tempest--
October 8th 2013

10808 Comments


and i keep telling you, you flyboys always crack me up

Smial
October 8th 2013

800 Comments


would be nice to see

tempest--
October 8th 2013

10808 Comments


i totally wouldn't mind if it were lane or herb, they're both incredible drummers

CK
October 8th 2013

4532 Comments


Fuck yes. Primus don't really do wrong

SirDrumsalot
October 8th 2013

1148 Comments


I really hope this happens quickly instead of being drawn out! Herb is the balls!

qiblas
October 8th 2013

362 Comments


Yeeeeeeeeeeeeesssssssssssssssss!


peaks40
October 8th 2013

2723 Comments


solid

ExcentrifugalForz
October 8th 2013

1084 Comments


What you never hear is why they have a hard time keeping drummers around.

CK
October 8th 2013

4532 Comments


Because with Primus people only care about the psychadelafunky guitars and the crazy bass

Parallels
October 8th 2013

6640 Comments


I want Jerry the Race Car Driver 2

zoso33
October 8th 2013

201 Comments


heeeeellllllyeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

StallionMang
October 8th 2013

4274 Comments


Sweet, Herb is the man.

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Uranium
October 8th 2013

6633 Comments


cmon tool get with it

Hospital
October 8th 2013

1875 Comments


JERRY WAS A RACE CAR DRIVER

derkaderka
October 8th 2013

52 Comments


Fuck yeah.



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