Fans anticipating a new album from Tool will have to remain patient. Despite a positive forecast from Tool guitarist Adam Jones in a November 2015 interview with Rolling Stone in which he said, “Things are really flowing and going really well, and I’m just blown away at the stuff that’s coming together,” Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan has tempered those notions in a new sit down with The Press Enterprise.

While the interview was mostly about Keenan’s newer project, Puscifer, he was asked about the Tool album. Keenan explains, “We’ve found a common ground. We just can’t seem to move forward.” Tool took time away from the studio earlier this year for a 17-date tour with Primus but had planned to get back to work on the record shortly thereafter, which would be their first such effort since 2006’s 10,000 Days. Meanwhile, Keenan will continuefocusing on his band Puscifer, his most active project in the past decade, who are gearing up for the second leg of their “Money Shot” tour.

Stay tuned for more details on the new, long-awaited Tool album. While you’re waiting, check out a complete concert recording from Tool’s most recent tour earlier this year at Tulsa’s BOK Center via ToolArchive:

Setlist: Tool at BOK Center, Tulsa, OK – 1/16/16

Set: No Quarter, The Grudge, Parabola, Schism, Opiate, Ænema, Descending, Jambi, Forty Six & 2, Sweat, Stinkfist