Tool won the Grammy for Best Metal Performance for their song “7empest”.
With a cover of Rush’s “A Passage to Bangkok”.
Fans in Minneapolis and Chicago were treated to extra special performances by the industrial supergroup.
The wait hopefully won’t be long for the progressive rock band’s next opus.
The long-awaited album will mark Tool’s first release since 2006’s 10,000 Days.
They were also joined by Mastodon’s Brann Dailor.
Straight from the horse’s mouth.
Adam Jones, Danny Carey, and Justin Chancellor discuss the band’s long-awaited new album, changes to their setlist, and more.
The seven-date outing will see the band walk attendees through their creative process, plus a live Q&A and memorabilia exhibit.
More visual evidence of the band recording its long-awaited new album.
“That’s how we roll,” writes guitarist Adam Jones in a new Instagram post.
Eight-track collection features early heavy-hitting singles “The Deep-Sea Diver” and “Shipswreck”.