get you more than just a concert with one of rock’s biggest cult bands; with Tool tickets, you enter a mind-warping show of visual artistry, complex songs that stretch the boundaries of alternative, metal, and art rock, and rawboned sound few other bands can rival. Controversy, blatant sexual imagery, and defiance of censorship and standard expectations have been Tool’s ticket to success, totally on their own terms. For example, in the video of their first single “Hush” in 1992, Tool criticized the Parents Musical Resource Center championed by Al and Tipper Gore. Their first album, Undertow
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Tool 2016 Tour
1/22/16 - After going nearly ten years without releasing an album and doing live performances only sporadically at best, Tool performed the first couple shows of their month-long tour this week. Both the sounds and the sights were on point, creating the perfect atmosphere for fans to simply enjoy the fabulous night of rock and roll that they had waited such a long time for. Almost any other band would have lost much of its fan base after so many years with no new music, but Tool fans only seemed to grow more eager and interested as time passed. Get tickets to see Tool live this Monday, Jan. 25, at the Infinite Energy Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. Prices start at $137.
12/18/15 - After announcing a long-awaited tour of mostly the southern states during the month of January, Tool has kicked things into high gear in order to put together a great show. Since the beginning of the band’s existence, they’ve always tried to give their all into making sure that concertgoers get their money’s worth out of the experience. This means that they don’t skimp when it comes to spending money on visual effects and sound equipment. This is sure to be a great show, and one you definitely don’t want to miss. Get your tickets to see them on Jan. 6 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, California, from us today for $102.
12/11/15 - Any fans of 90s-era alternative rock are surely chomping at the bit with the announcement of a 2016 Tool tour. Add in a little dose of Primus and you’ve got one of the most hotly-anticipated shows of the year on tap. Both hands have always been known for their willingness to push the envelope and their outstanding live performances. Now music lovers will have a unique opportunity to see both acts on stage in a single night of sonic bliss. The tour’s set to kick off in early January at Viejas Arena in San Diego, and will continue throughout the month at major venues across the U.S. Don’t wait—score your tickets for Tool and Primus today!
12/4/15 - Following a couple year hiatus, Tool will be touring in 2016! After performing just one show this year, this news is more than welcome to rock and roll fans. Speaking with Rolling Stone magazine, guitarist Adam Jones also has given an update on the band’s fifth album that has been in the works for several years now. “Things are really flowing and going really well, and I’m just blown away at the stuff that’s coming together,” he remarked. The tour is scheduled to kick off Jan. 9 in San Diego, California at Viejas Arena. Since the original announcement, additional shows have been added to the lineup, sparking hope that this will become more than a month-long tour.
Ask anyone who's seen progressive metal band Tool on stage what the band is like live, and they'll tell you that a Tool show is not just concert, but an experience. Their unabashed alternative sound blends masterfully with sets and visuals that are all at once disturbing, trippy and beautiful—a perfect display of avant-garde artistry and sound. The defiant group is fiercely loyal to their fans and music, without ever molding to the status quo, so expect them to push the boundaries like never before in 2014!
Because Tool has not sojourned North American in two years, their upcoming dates are bound to go extremely fast—get your Tool tickets while you can! After releasing a handful of shows last month, the group added three more cities for a total of 13 stops down the West Coast. Kicking off March 3 in Spokane ($29 min.), the band will hit Portland ($81 min.), San Francisco ($109 min. 3/11 and 3/12), Las Vegas ($104 min.), San Diego ($125 min), Houston ($108 min.) and more, before finishing out in Phoenix on March 27 ($90 min.).
Tool was formed in Los Angeles by vocalist Maynard James Keenan (who also fronts A Perfect Circle), drummer Danny Carey, guitarist Adam Jones and (later) bassist Justin Chancellor. The band first emerged on the music scene in 1993 with debut album "Undertow," but has not released a full-length album since 2006's Billboard 200-topping "10,000 Days." Fans are eager for new material, and their surprise tour announcement implies another record is in the works!