Tag Archives: Tool

Tool, Primus, Melvins, The Crystal Method to play Southern California in June

Posted by on April 11, 2017

Did you ever see a concert announcement for a one-off show and wish that it was an actual tour? That’s what just happened for this show that was just announced for June 26th at the Glen Helen Amphitheater in Los Angeles. We’d already gotten a big hint that Tool would be playing somewhere, presumably in […]

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Tool teases a California show

Posted by on April 7, 2017

Danny Wimmer Presents, who brought Tool to Sacramento last year as part of the Aftershock Festival, appear to be bringing the band back to California this Summer. The concert promoter teased a not-so-cryptic photo of am amphitheater with Tool’s logo in the grass and the date 6/24. We’re assuming they’ll be announcing a June 24th […]

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A Perfect Circle sign worldwide deal with BMG

Posted by on March 30, 2017

We’ve known since the beginning of the year that a new album from A Perfect Circle, their first album of original material since their sophomore album, 2003’s 13th Step, would be coming this year.. And while we didn’t know what label the album would be coming out on, we do now. The group, the brainchild of […]

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Tool in talks to join streaming services

Posted by on March 24, 2017

Waiting for Tool to follow up 1992006’s 10,ooo Days with their fifth album has been a popular metalhead pastime for at least five years, and while there have been plenty of teases, small hints of progress, and studio updates, it’s been hard to get the sense that we’re any closer – until now. Bloomberg reports that the […]

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Watch Tool drummer Danny Carey covering Tool with young musicians

Posted by on March 21, 2017

The Los Angeles hard rock outfit Reformed who enjoy eating potatoes and going to Six Flags, had a surprise guest during their recent student performance at the Burbank Music Academy. Thanks to the fan footage below, we get to see Tool drummer Danny Carey sitting in with the group performing a cover of Tool’s “The […]

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Tool adds five additional dates to North American tour

Posted by on March 20, 2017

Just last week Tool announced dates for their upcoming North American tour. Today, the band added five additional dates and they go on sale this Friday (24). This sudden news makes us eager for more shows or, even better, a new song to go along with these set of dates. The new dates are in […]

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Tool time! Band announce 10 date North American tour

Posted by on March 13, 2017

We’ve already known that Tool was playing some Summer dates, venturing into New York City and Boston for the first time in 11 years. There were also rumors last week that there would be some shows announced this week. That’s just happened, and they’ll be padding out the two festival appearances with eight more dates […]

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Tool are planning to tour in the near future

Posted by on March 9, 2017

There’s some Tool activity happening! It seems the band has a major tour announcement coming next week, which could be pretty exciting. We can only guess the tour will happen sometime during the summer since they are doing festival dates, including Boston Calling and Governors Ball. The band hinted at more shows on their Facebook: With […]

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What bands could have their own metal retirement community?

Posted by on March 7, 2017

Jimmy Buffett has made a career out of singing about getting wasted and taking it easy. Many of us could live without ever hearing “Margaritaville,” his 1977 hit about a lazy drunk guy, again, but he’s built a restaurant chain out of the song. In fact, he’s got two chains, as “Cheeseburger in Paradise” is […]

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Maynard James Keenan working on Tool vocals

Posted by on February 20, 2017

  It’s amazing how long it’s been since Tool put out an album (it’ll be eleven years in April). The road to a 10,000 Days follow-up has been long, fraught with lawsuits, and name calling. And the band’s general message appeared to be “we’ll put out an album when we damn well please.” It appears that […]

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