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Justin “I would never be worthy”

Justin speaks to The Detroit News about their upcoming show, and talked about some events that happened around the time he replaced Paul:

 “When I joined the band, I got a couple of nasty letters from people who were upset to lose Paul,” says Chancellor, 36, about replacing original bass player Paul D’Amour in 1995.  “I got one written in blood telling me that I would never be worthy. That was pretty hard to take,”

Nothing else of note in the very brief interview though….

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slicknickshady
slicknickshady
16 years ago

I live in michigan and my mom brought me home the copy of the detroit news article on Tool. It’s really a short article that uses previous released info. I’ll type out another quote from justin. Tool’s on the cover of section m MYtime. It’s like a mag in the paper every thursday like whats going on around town. It’s titled… TOOL RULES ALT-METAL BAND PACKS A POWERFUL LIVE SHOW. The title of the article inside is TOOL TIME. Here is Justin’s quote on Detroit. “Detroit is one of our favorite places to play. It always seems to be the… Read more »

slicknickshady
slicknickshady
16 years ago

when i said Info i meant to say Photos. Previous released photos.

doors
doors
16 years ago

I wrote the letter.

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