A little to far for me unfortunately. Anything on the west coast I would strongly consider. They are amazing live! Should be in range for @Diesel 11 though@Collin
May 05 - Jacksonville, FL - Welcome To Rockville
May 07 - Birmingham, AL - Legacy Arena at The BCC
May 08 - Louisville, KY - KFC Yum! Center
May 10 - Hampton, VA - Hampton Coliseum
May 11 - Concord, NC - Epicenter
May 13 - St. Louis, MO - Enterprise Center
May 14 - Kansas City, MO - Spring Center
May 16 - Lincoln, NE - Pinnacle Bank Arena
May 17 - Des Moines, IA - Wells Fargo Arena
May 19 - Bridgeview, IL - Chicago Open Air
No. I'm not much of a Tool fan. I like bits of what I've heard but it's not enough to take me to Donington Park which may be a mud swamp again like it was in 2016 on Maiden Day. @Brigantium can confirm.
Would cry if I saw that. No joke. Definitely check out Tool. Their live show is on par with Maidens.Look at Sunday. Dream Theater then Tool. A proggasm.
According to Maynard, the album took so long because of the rest of the band. They would write the music, Maynard would then write the lyrics to the music. By the next time the band would meet up then all the music had been changed and Maynard would just have to scrap everything and start all over. The band also probably didn't write any material until 2011 at the very earliest. They were burnt out and had an ongoing lawsuit with their record label. I'm confident it will be out this year. We've waited long enough, and the band surely knows that.MJK has another new project. He's opening a vineyard. Maybe this is why the Tool album took so long.
They should have hired Barry Mckay to help them out. #NeverLostACaseIf I remember correctly it stemmed from the record label screwing them out of their money. They got the bad side of the music business.
I'll listen to their new album when/if it eventually comes out. I know bits of Tool already but not enough of it had me hooked.Definitely check out Tool. Their live show is on par with Maidens.