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Tool Announces The Tour Dates For US & Europe : Leaves The Fans Crazy

Tool- the most popular band in the bands of progressive rock- have announced their tour dates. The band was about to set their tour dates a year back in however;, the sudden intense waves of pandemic covid 19 has caused the tool to stay back. The band has released the tour details; the tour is based on 30 venues. Tour begins with Eugene and Oregon by January 10 The tools then will move the Washington and Boise, which is then heated up with California, San Francisco and San Diego. The band will also perform in Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, Tulsa, and see the three executive programs in Texas before moving towards San Antonio and Houston.

Similarly, the tool goes to Cleveland and Ohio on March Heading towards Europe on May 24, the band will visit Budapest, Hungary. Hence the tour dates will start from January 10 and last till May.

Tool recently came across their official Instagram account announcing their return from a long gap &#; the band revealed about the upcoming tour in with the slogan” something big is coming”. Thus, such a post makes up an environment of joy- the fans of the tool go crazy. At the same time, the tools became the top-notch news of the day- Thousands of people posted about the tool tour in tagging and mentioning the band.

Well, the news of the tool tour came to the media months after the announcement of Maynard James. The frontman of the tool has been working on the Covid Well, James made a successful recovery and hence the tools came back to the social media announcing the tour, leaving the fans crazy.

However, at such a moment of the great announcement, the main drummer of the band, Danny Carey, holds up their Instagram account, stating some major things that go viral in a short time. He states,” It is with great pleasure I get to announce our return to the road. These past 18 months have been trying to say the least but from great trials come great lessons and great rewards. We are genuinely looking forward to sharing them with you.”

Thus, fans decode it because the band is coming with an exclusive new edition- However, the tour dates have announced the tickets of the tour will go on sale from Friday, October 1. According to the local time zone, the timings of the tickets sale will start from 10 am while there will be a slight difference in the time zones of UK and Ireland- the ticket there will go on sale from 9 Am local timing. Moreover, the band has announced 36 presale windows for the exclusive and VIP packages. These VIP and special tickets will go on sale from September 29 September 10 am local US time. The fans can book the tools pre window sale tickets from the official tool website www.toolband.com, or the fans can visit :

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    Thus, if you are one of the crazy fans of the tool and want to be a part of their exclusive tour, then this is the right time to mark the dates and hold on to the seats with the tickets

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TOOL U.S. tour Dates Are Given Below

Jan. 10 &#; Eugene, OR @ Matthew Knight Arena

Jan. 11 &#; Tacoma, WA @ Tacoma Dome

Jan. 13 &#; Boise, ID @ Ford Idaho Center

Jan. 15 &#; Sacramento, CA @ Golden 1 Center

Jan. 16 &#; San Francisco, CA @ Chase Center

Jan. 18 &#; Anaheim, CA @ Honda Center

Jan. 19 &#; San Diego, CA @ Viejas Arena

Jan. 21 &#; Phoenix, AZ @ Footprint Center

Jan. 22 &#; Las Vegas, NV @ T-Mobile Arena

Jan. 25 &#; Salt Lake City, UT @ Maverik Center

Jan. 27 &#; Denver, CO @ Ball Arena

Jan. 30 &#; Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center

Jan. 31 &#; Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center

Feb. 02 &#; San Antonio, TX @ AT&T Center

Feb. 04 &#; Houston, TX @ Toyota Center

Feb. 05 &#; New Orleans, LA @ Smoothie King Center

Feb. 08 &#; Orlando, FL @ Amway Center

Feb. 09 &#; Tampa, FL @ Amalie Arena

Feb. 10 &#; Miami, FL @ FTX Arena

Feb. 19 &#; Boston, MA @ TD Garden

Feb. 20 &#; Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center

Feb. 22 &#; Washington, DC @ Capital One Arena

Feb. 23 &#; Belmont Park, NY @ UBS Arena

Feb. 26 &#; Newark, NJ @ Prudential Center

Feb. 27 &#; Buffalo, NY @ KeyBank Center

Mar. 01 &#; Pittsburgh, PA @ PPG Paints Arena

Mar. 03 &#; Detroit, MI @ Little Caesars Arena

Mar. 04 &#; Louisville, KY @ KFC Yum! Center

Mar. 06 &#; Columbus, OH @ Nationwide Arena

Mar. 08 &#; Grand Rapids, MI @ Van Andel Arena

Mar. 10 &#; Chicago, IL @ United Center

Mar. 12 &#; Omaha, NE @ CHI Health Center Arena

Mar. 13 &#; Minneapolis, MN @ Target Center

Mar. 15 &#; Kansas City, MO @ T-Mobile Center

Mar. 17 &#; Moline, IL @ TaxSlayer Center

Mar. 18 &#; St. Louis, MO @ Enterprise Center

Mar. 20 &#; Cleveland, OH @ Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse

TOOL European Tour Dates Are Given Below

Apr. 23 &#; Copenhagen, DK @ Royal Arena

Apr. 25 &#; Oslo, NO @ Spektrum

Apr. 26 &#; Stockholm, SE @ Avicii Arena

Apr. 28 &#; Hamburg, DE @ Barclaycard Arena

Apr. 29 &#; Frankfurt, DE @ Festhalle

May 02 &#; Manchester, UK @ AO Arena Manchester

May 04 &#; Birmingham, UK @ Resorts World Arena

May 06 &#; Dublin, IE @ 3Arena

May 09 &#; London, UK @ The O2 Arena

May 12 &#; Paris, FR @ AccorHotels Arena

May 13 &#; Antwerp, BE @ Sportpaleis

May 15 &#; Berlin, DE @ Mercedes-Benz Arena

May 17 &#; Cologne, DE @ Lanxess Arena

May 19 &#; Amsterdam, NL @ Ziggo Dome

May 21 &#; Krakow, PL @ Tauron Arena

May 23 &#; Prague, CZ @ O2 Arena

May 24 &#; Budapest, HU @ SportAréna

Will there be a TOOL Tour in ?

TOOL have announced a mammoth tour, with the Los Angeles-based band spending 3 months traversing the U.S. followed by a month of European dates. TOOL elected to kick off the highly-anticipated trek in Eugene, Ore. as a nod to the abrupt halt to their Fear Inoculum tour

Will TOOL Ever tour again?

TOOL has canceled all of their tour dates and the hard rock band has confirmed they have no plans to try and reschedule them for the rest of this year or even into &#; TOOL returned to touring last year in support of their chart-topping studio album, Fear Inoculum

Will tool make another album?

Tool&#;s frontman Maynard James Keenan has announced a new album with his side project Puscifer. &#;Existential Reckoning&#;, is the band&#;s fourth album and follows their LP &#;Money Shot. The album is due out on October 31 and 

US & European tour dates for Tickets for all dates are on-sale this Friday, Oct. 1 at 10 am local time (UK and Irish dates are on-sale at 9 am local time) Buy Tickets From Here

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List of Tool concert tours

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Grammy Award winning American metal band Tool has toured worldwide extensively.

Tool has performed songs by other artists occasionally in their live sets, including "Spasm" and "You Lied" by Peach, "Stranglehold" by Ted Nugent, "Demon Cleaner" by Kyuss, "No Quarter" by Led Zeppelin, and "Commando" by The Ramones.[1]

The song "Ticks & Leeches" is only rarely performed live due to the immense strain on Keenan's voice. However, they have performed it at least a few times during their (Irvine, California) and tours including appearances in Sacramento, California, Tacoma, Washington, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Katowice (Poland), London (England), and Berlin (Germany), with Keenan using heavy vocal effects and distortion.[citation needed] Tool added 'Ticks & Leeches' back to the set list for the North American Winter Tour.

Tour history[edit]

In , Tool played a number of small clubs in the Los Angeles, area and were signed to a major label. The two live tracks of the Opiate EP were recorded during a December 31, , performance. Tool Embarked on a U.S. club tour in , playing only one Canadian and one Mexican date. The band often played on a small stage, with minimal or no lighting, sometimes to only a handful of people. The set list would change from night to night, but would usually include most (if not all) of Opiate and a handful of then unreleased songs from Undertow. Some were performed with working lyrics such as "Undertow" and "Bottom".

Tool toured extensively in The band found themselves on many European festivals as well as the U.S. Lollapalooza festival. They were drawing such a crowd playing the second stage at Lollapalooza, that they were moved up to the main stage, midway through the tour. The band debuted the songs "Intolerance", "Prison Sex" and "Flood" on January 26, The set list would vary from night to night, depending on the time slot Tool was allotted, but "Sober" and "Prison Sex" were always played.

Tool Toured Europe and the U.S. again in The band debuted their cover of Led Zeppelin's "No Quarter" as well as the songs "Disgustipated", "Pushit" and "Stinkfist". "No Quarter" often transitioned into "Disgustipated", and "Opiate" would be played back-to-back with "Flood", transitioning smoothly between songs and skipping the lengthy intro to "Flood". During this time, Tool's stage show began to grow and better reflect the band. During a show in London at Shepards Bush, the band had a man dressed as Jesus join them on stage. At the same show, future Tool member (then member of opening band Peach) Justin Chancellor joined the band for the song "Sober". Around the same time, tensions began between Keenan and D'Amour. As in previous years, the set list would change from night-to-night for most of

Tool only played a small number of shows during , but it was a very important year for the band. Debuting the songs "Eulogy", "H" and "Ænema", all in early forms with working lyrics. Tensions were very high between Keenan and D'Amour during this time, and April 14, , would be D'Amour's last live show with the band.

In , Tool began their extensive touring for Ænima in Pomona, California, where they debuted "Forty-Six & 2", "Hooker with a Penis", "Jimmy" and "Third Eye". This was also Chancellor's first show with the band. "Die Eier von Satan" was played once on December 19, They also played South Park's 'Spirit of Christmas' animated Christmas card during the show. During this year, Tool started extending "Prison Sex" by adding an extra verse&#;known by fans as "Prison Sex OTRM" ("on the road mix" or "over the rainbow mix")&#;and the intro to "Sober", which later appeared on Salival as the track "Merkaba". Tool's stage show grew with the addition of two giant projection screens. Keenan would paint himself blue and white for his performances, and Chancellor would also sometimes be painted with spots. Although the band was changing the set list up quite a bit at the beginning of the tour, they fell into a 'comfortable' set list during November which was played for the rest of the year with one or two wild card songs. A typical set list would look like this:

As an opening band[edit]

As the headlining band[edit]

Tour Years Opening bands
Opiate Failure, The Flaming Lips, Peach
Undertow Failure, The Flaming Lips, Paw, Headswim, Submarine, Peach, Love Jones
ÆnimaThe Cows, Failure, The Melvins, Psychotica
LateralusCortizone, Fantômas, Cosmic Psychos, King Crimson, The Melvins, Meshuggah, Pablo, Tomahawk, Tricky
10, DaysIsis, Mastodon, Kinski, Melt-Banana, TU, Big Business, Russian Circles, Trans Am
Tour Tweak Bird
Tour Wovenhand, Dälek, Rajas
Tour Jakob
Tour Intronaut, YOB
Tour Jakob
Tour Failure
Tour Primus, 3Teeth, Once and Future Band, The Crystal Method
Tour[5]
Fear Inoculum Killing Joke, All Souls
Tour[6] Author & Punisher

Festivals[edit]

Tour Role Years
All Points WestHeadline
Alternative Nation Festival
Area4 Headline
Arvika FestivalHeadline
Big Day OutHeadline ,
Big MeleHeadline
BonnarooHeadline
CoachellaHeadline ,
Chicago Open AirHeadline
CopenhellHeadline [7]
Download FestivalHeadline ,
EdgefestHeadline ,
EpicenterHeadline
Hurricane Festival
LollapoloozaMain stage (Side stage and Main stage),[8] ,
LowlandsHeadline ,
MetaltownHeadline
Mile High Music FestivalHeadline
Monster Mash Music Festival Headline
Northern Invasion Headline
Norwegian WoodHeadline (didn't play since Ozzfest was canceled)
Nova Rock Festival
OzzfestMain stage , , ,
PinkpopMain stage (3FM Tent),
Popwerk Main stage [9]
Pukkelpop,
Quart FestivalMain stage
Reading FestivalMain stage
River's Edge Headline
Rock am RingHeadline ,
Rock on the RangeHeadline
Rock WerchterMain stage (Side stage), , ,
Roskilde FestivalMain stage ,
RuisrockHeadline
Super Bock Super RockHeadline
Southside Festival
Summer Sonic FestivalHeadline
Street SceneHeadline
Sziget FestivalHeadline
Voodoo Music ExperienceHeadline ,
Boston CallingHeadline
Governors Ball Music FestivalHeadline
ØyafestivalenHeadline
Firenze RocksHeadline
Welcome to RockvilleHeadline

Guest musicians[edit]

These musicians have joined Tool on stage.

Guest musician Instrument Touring with Song Notes Reference
Heitham Al-SayedVocalsSenser,
Lodestar
multipleJoined Tool several times at their concerts in London in and for "Bottom" and "Pushit" and in Paris in for "Opiate". [10]
Mike BordinDrumsOzzy Osbourne,
Faith No More
"Triad"Ozzfest at Donington Park in and again during the U.S. tour of [11][12]
King BuzzoGuitarThe Melvinsmultiple"Stinkfist", covers of Ted Nugent's "Stranglehold", and Peach's "You Lied" & "Spasm" [13][14]
Dale CroverDrumsThe Melvins"Opiate",
"Triad"
Final show of the Ænema tour at San Jose, California on August 30,
The Australian leg of Tool's tour
[15]
John DolmayanDrumsSystem of a DownmultipleOzzfest at Antwerp and Dublin performing "Triad", both performances in Las Vegas in he joined Danny Carey in performing "Lateralus" [16][17]
Aloke DuttaTablaN/A"Pushit"Tool's spring "mini-tour" [18]
Robert FrippGuitarKing Crimson"Soundscapes"Played during the intermission during the Tool/King Crimson mini-tour of
On a few occasions, he was joined by Adam and Justin; sometimes remained onstage playing "Soundscape" (segues) as Tool went into the first song of the second set.
[19]
Tomas HaakeDrumsMeshuggah"Triad"When Meshuggah supported Tool during their U.S. tour in the fall of [20]
TrickyKeyboards
Vocals
N/A"Reflection",
"Opiate"
U.S. tour of [21]
Kirk HammettGuitarMetallica"Sober", "Lateralus"Blaisdell Concert Hall in Hawaii, August 18, and January 14, [22]
HawkmanVocalsTricky"Reflection"U.S. tour of [23]
Dave LombardoDrumsFantômas"Triad"When Fantômas supported Tool during the U.S. tour of October [24]
Herman LiGuitarDragonForce"Lateralus"Played during band's appearance at Brixton Academy[25]
Pat MastelottoDrumsKing Crimson"Triad"Tool/King Crimson mini-tour of
On a related note, Danny Carey joined King Crimson onstage on one occasion, playing the second half of "Red" during this tour.
[26]
Perry MeliusPercussionTricky"Triad"5 Seasons Center, Cedar Rapids, Iowa (October 20, ) [27]
Tom MorelloGuitarThe Nightwatchman"Lateralus"Provided extra guitar during the band's Bonnaroo appearance. [28]
Mike PattonSynthesizerTomahawk,
Fantômas
"Triad"U.S. tour of [29]
Scott ReederBass guitarKyuss"Demon Cleaner"Concerts in Los Angeles (March 27, ) and San Diego (March 29, ) [30]
Zack de la RochaVocalsRage Against the Machine"Bottom"Tool concerts in Irvindale, California on August 7, , and Paris, France on September 9, [31]
Chris PitmanVocalsseveral"Bottom"Concert in Ventura, California on December 15, [32]
Layne StaleyVocalsAlice in Chains"Opiate"Lollapalooza concerts in Houston (July 31, ) and Dallas (August 1, ), at The Big Mele Music Festival at Kualoa Ranch, HI on August 15, , a Tool's concert at Bremerton, WA on May 28 and a fundraiser concert at The Palladium, Hollywood, CA on July 1, [33]
John StanierDrumsTomahawk"Triad"U.S. tour of [34]
StatikMachinesCollide"Triad"multiple occasions [35]
Phil CampbellGuitarMotörhead"Sober"Arena Leipzig on December 5, [36]
Brann DailorDrumsMastodon"Lateralus"10, Days tour, June 4, Duluth GA (USA) and September 2, Athens (GRE)
Brent HindsGuitarMastodon"Lateralus"10, Days tour, Athens
Bill KelliherGuitarMastodon"Lateralus"10, Days tour, Athens
Troy SandersBass guitarMastodon"Lateralus"10, Days tour, Athens
Serj TankianVocalsSystem of a Down"Sober"Big Day Out , Auckland
Trey GunnBassTU"Lateralus"10, Days tour, Texas
Pat MastelottoDrumsTU"Lateralus"10, Days tour, Texas
Terry BozzioDrumsN/A"Lateralus"10, Days tour, Austin, Texas, on November 14,
Sebastian ThomsonDrumsTrans Am"Lateralus"10, Days tour, Victoria BC on December 1,
Jello BiafraVocalsDead Kennedys"Holiday in Cambodia"10, Days tour, San Francisco on December 11,
Tim AlexanderDrumsPrimus"Opiate",
"Lateralus"
Final show of the Ænema tour at San Jose, California on August 30,
10, Days tour, San Francisco on December 11,
Till LindemannPyrotechnicsRammstein"Lateralus"Big Day Out, Adelaide, February 4,
Christoph SchneiderDrumsRammstein"Lateralus"Big Day Out, Adelaide, February 4,
Angelo MooreVocalsFishbone"Bottom"Live in Grenoble,France on October 6, [37]
Jason Reece and Aaron FordPercussionsTrail of Dead"Lateralus"10, Days tour, Bologna, Italy on September 2,

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With fans anxiously awaiting Tool’s first album since , another big sign that a new disc is on the way next year comes with the band announcing a Europe tour today.

The monthlong trek will see Tool playing a mix of headlining shows and festivals, beginning June 2nd in Berlin, Germany, and running through July 2nd in Lisbon, Portugal.

Among the major festivals Tool will be playing are Germany’s twin Rock Am Ring and Rock Im Park fests, plus the Download Festival in both the UK and Spain. Get more info on those festivals and more here, and see a full list of Tool’s European dates below.

Tool’s last studio album was ’s 10, Days. Last month, singer Maynard James Keenan stirred up excitement among fans when he offered an update on the new Tool album and all but confirmed that it would arrive in

He wrote on Twitter, “Scratch Vox tracked awhile ago. [Adam Jones] deep in Guitars now. Final Vox after. Step back. Adjust. Mix. Adjust. Re-Adjust. Master. Adjust. Re-Adjust. Long Way 2 Go But Much Closer. #Tool #”

Tool Europe Tour Dates:
06/02 – Berlin, DE @ Mercedes-Benz Arena
06/04 – Prague, CZ @ O2 Arena
06/05 – Vienna, AT @ Wiener Stadhalle
06/07 – Nurburg, DE @ Rock Am Ring Festival
06/09 – Nuremberg, DE @ Rock Im Park Festival
06/11 – Krakow, PO @ Impact Festival at Tauron Arena
06/13 – Florence, IT @ Firenze Rocks Festival
06/16 – Donington, GB @ Download Festival
06/18 – Amsterdam, NL @ Ziggo Dome
06/20 – Copenhagen, DK @ Copenhell Festival
06/25 – Zurich, CH @ Hallenstadion
06/30 – Madrid, ES @ Download Festival Spain
07/02 – Lisbon, PT @ Altice Arena

Sours: https://consequence.net//10/tooleurope-tour/

Tool Reveal Opening Act for June European Tour: Heavy-Psych Band Fiend

As Tool finish up their current spring tour with Los Angeles desert rockers All Souls, they've also announced their next hand-picked opener for an upcoming string of European shows: Parisian heavy-psych outfit Fiend. 

Comprised of former members of Ministry, Senser and more, the group's most recent release Onerous (which dropped back in November ) boasts progressive licks, classic doom riffs and hallucinatory passages. Fiend cite Anton LaVey, Aleister Crowley, Heaven's Gate, and other occult entities as influential forces in their songwriting, giving a dark edge to their heavy jams — a winning mix that'll surely match the tastes of even the most esoteric Tool fans. 

The tour kicks off in just a few weeks on June 2nd at Berlin's Mercedes-Benz Arena and winds around Europe for a full month. 

Tool European tour dates:
06/02 Berlin, GER – Mercedes-Benz Arena
06/04 Prague, CZE – O2 Arena
06/05 Vienna, AUT – Wiener Stadhalle
06/07 Nurburg, GER – Rock am Ring
06/09 Nuermberg, GER – Rock im Park
06/11 Krakow, POL – Tauron Arena ('Impact Festival')
06/13 Florence, ITA – Firenze Rocks Festival
06/16 Donington, UK – Download Festival
06/18 Amsterdam, NET – Ziggo Dome
06/20 Copenhagen, DEN – Copenhell Festival
06/23 Clisson, FRA – Hellfest Open Air
06/25 Zurich, SWI – Hallenstadion
06/28 Werchter, BEL – Rock Werchter Festival
06/30 Madrid, SPA – Download Festival
07/02 Lisbon, POR – Altice Arena

Sours: https://www.revolvermag.com/music/tool-reveal-opening-act-june-european-tour-heavy-psych-band-fiend

2018 tour tool band

With dreams of lives in the film industry, bassist Paul D’Amour and guitarist Adam Jones moved to Los Angeles during the s, which is where they met singer Maynard James Keenan and drummer Danny Carey. Upon forming in , the band spent two years performing live shows around Los Angeles, and recording demos to raise their profile. In Tool signed with Zoo Entertainment, who issued the band’s debut EP “Opiate” the same year. Led by the singles “Hush” and “Opiate”, the record was a hard-hitting, heavy release and was supported with a tour alongside Rollins Band, Fishbone and Rage Against the Machine.

With Nirvana augmenting the successful grunge period of the late eighties and early nineties, Tool toned down the metal themes on their debut full-length, “Undertow”. Released in , the record rose to No. 50 on the Billboard , and was marked by its nihilistic and haunting aesthetic. Following the release the band played a successful series of shows on the Lollapalooza tour, where they moved from the second stage to the main, and were introduced by comedian Bill Hicks.

Tool’s second studio album, “Ænima” was released in March marked by the departure of bassic D’Amour and arrival of Justin Chancellor. Produced by prog-rock producer David Bottrill, the record was dedicated to the late Bill Hicks, who had shared many of the band’s ideals. Later earning triple platinum certification despite the falling popularity of alternative rock, the record was led by the Grammy-winning titled track and led Tool to become figureheads of alternative metal.

Once again supported by an extensive touring schedule, the band’s third full-length “Lateralus” followed in , this time marked with art rock themes with greater atmospheric accompaniments both visual and auditory. Rising to No. 1 on the Billboard , an impressive feat for an alt-metal group, the record spawned the single “Schism”, which went on the win the Grammy for Best Metal Performance in Two years of solid touring followed, including dates alongside King Crimson, following which the group’s members took time away from Tool to focus on other interests.

Led by the single “Vicarious”, Tool’s fourth full-length album, “10, Days”, arrived in May , once again topping the U.S. Billboard Proving not quite as popular as its predecessor, the album’s packaging later won the Grammy for Best Recording Package, and was supported with constant touring alongside Isis and Mastadon.

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