Maynard James Keenan, vintner and prog metal maven, is the subject of a new video interview from\u00a0Revolver\u00a0magazine. The video was\u00a0shot on location at Caduceus Cellars, the Arizona winery owned and operated by the Tool and A Perfect Circle frontman, and the interview is primarily dedicated to his oenological pursuits. Between shots of Keenan operating a forklift at the vineyard\u00a0and practicing martial arts, he holds forth on the difference between his legacy as a musician and as a winemaker, using David Bowie as an example. In short: one legacy stops when you die, and the other lives on. "There's a reverence to him, and a worship of sorts, a fan reaction to what he's done, and now he no longer is here..." Keenan says in the interview. "What we've done, or what we're setting up as a community here in Northern Arizona, Southern Arizona, with the winemaking and the culinary efforts, the community efforts that go along with it, and all the collateral benefits of a winemaking and grape growing community \u2013 their might be some founders of that movement, but if we are no longer here, there are other people to continue what we started. In a way that's more of a legacy because you've established something that can continue 100, 200 years beyond you." Watch it below.