The follow-up to 2016’s IV arrives in May.
The 14th studio album from the veteran prog-metal band.
The 26-date outing, with support from Every Time I Die, kicks off May 28th.
Thirteen years after the band’s last disc, a 2019 release date seems realistic for Tool’s new album.
The prog-metal band’s new album, Distance Over Time, arrives on February 22nd.
The band’s next album will follow up 2018’s Prequelle.
Drummer Danny Carey previously told fans the long-awaited LP would see release this spring.
Including his classic Black Strat, used to record Dark Side of the Moon and The Wall.
The 50-date outing includes shows in the US, Canada, and Mexico.
These are the tours we would’ve never turned down a chance to see.
Prolific Australian rockers released five (!) albums in 2017.
To call their plans “exhaustive” would be to undersell them.