Volto!'s 'Incitare' Is Available for Streaming Online

Listen to the full new record by Tool drummer's solo project.

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The newest album "Incitare" by Tool drummer Danny Carey's solo project Volto! is available for streaming exclusively via Rolling Stone. Listen to the record here.

Danny Carey has been playing with John Ziegler and Lance Morrison for years, rocking out over sprawling, expansive tracks as Volto! The band started out as a purely fun project to play some covers at a jazz club, but has grown over the years into its own beast. Volto! are ready with their new album "Incitare," and the nine-track effort feels just as free-flowing as the jam fusion band's easy-going roots.

"Incitare" will be out on iTunes tomorrow and everywhere else on August 6th. Volto! also kick off a tour tomorrow with an album release party at the Cha Cha Lounge n Los Angeles, followed by a show on July 27th at the Baked Potato in Studio City, California.

You can also download the first single from the album, "Grip It," via band's official website.

Volto! Tour dates are: 07/23 - Silverlake, CA - Cha Cha Lounge (Album Release Party) 07/27 - Studio City, CA - The Baked Potato (Album Release Jam) 08/03 - Camden, NJ - Susquehanna Bank Center (Yestival!) 08/04 - New York, NY - Highline Ballroom 08/05 - Boston, MA - The Sinclair 08/06 - Buffalo, NY - Waiting Room 08/07 - Detroit, MI - The Magic Bag 08/08 - Cleveland, OH - Grog Shop 08/09 - Indianapolis, IN - The Deluxe 08/10 - Chicago, IL - Lincoln Hall

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    Spoilers: It's really ****ing good.
    Is it a solo project? I just thought it was a group of fusion musicians coming together and he was the drummer... Anyone?
    "Danny Carey has been playing with John Ziegler and Lance Morrison for years" does that answer it for ya?
    This has to be some of the best music I've seen advertised on UG. Awesome, didn't expect it to be this good when I opened the article
    I swear, I only wanted to hear a bit of the first track to see what it was like. I can't turn it off. I should turn it off, because I have to leave the house and do things, but I don't have it in me to hit the stop button. I don't normally even listen to this sort of stuff. I concur with all of the above compliments, it's great.
    After reading about the band on their website, it's safe to say that these guys are having the time of their lives playing and making their music. First single was awesome, and I'm definitely buying it off itunes tomorrow