Uploaded on Oct 2, 2011
Roy Van Tassel of NJ Drum School performs "Eulogy" by "Tool". This video was made to show some of his influences as well as a display of his abilities.
From Roy: Danny Carey of Tool is one of my top influences. I bought Opiate and Undertow the day I saw the video for Sober. The music and drumming really spoke to me. When Ænima was released a new level to rock music was born. I plan on doing more covers by them, so stay tuned!
From Danny Carey (as stated in Modern Drummer Magazine, February 1997), referring to the open/close hi-hat beat in the middle of the song: This was "chiefly inspired by Maynard's three-against-four vocal pattern throughout the song," Carey says. "Throwing the hi-hat into three just seemed to make it flow a littler nicer over the four-bar phrase."
Tool - Eulogy
from the 1996 release "Ænima"
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Roy uses Yahama Drums and Paiste Cymbals
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