Tool Has Postponed the First Leg of Their Upcoming North American Tour

Tool has announced due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic, the band has been forced to cancel the first leg of their upcoming North American Tour. Rescheduled dates will be announced as soon as possible. All previously purchased tickets for the above dates will be honored for the rescheduled performances. The band shared the news on their Facebook and other social networks. They continue to tour in support of their global smash album, the Grammy Award-winning Fear Inoculum (Tool Disecctional/RCA). Check out our review and photos from the first leg here!Continue reading

Watch Drumcam Footage of Tool’s Danny Carey Performing “Pneuma” from “Fear Inoculum”

Drum stick company Vic Firth has shared exclusive drumcam footage of their signature artist Danny Carey performing ‘Pneuma’ with Tool. The video is from Tool’s Boston date of its Grammy-Award winning album and global hit record, Fear Inoculum (Tool Dissectional/RCA). Continue reading

CONCERT REVIEW: Tool – Killing Joke: Live at The Barclays Center

The massive Tool tour tolled into the New York City area in mid-November, and there were telltale signs this was not your typical happening. Sure, Tool is an “event” live and there really is no other show like it on earth. That is not an exaggeration. Take the best arena Rock or Metal show you’ve ever seen and ratchet it up to eleven! That is what we are talking about here. In addition to the power of the record-breaking release of Fear Inoculum (Tool Disectional, Volcano, RCA) we were going to get to hear new songs live, some for the first time ever. All the stress Tool fans felt about the wait for the album and how would it be received have all melted away. Time for this very big deal of a show. Continue reading

Tool Extends Their North American Tour Dates Into 2020

Deep in the thick of their massive USA tour supporting their global #1 charting, record-breaking album smash new album Fear Inoculum (Tool Dissectional/RCA), Tool has added additional tour dates for 2020. The new dates kick off on Jan. 10 in San Diego. Tickets are on-sale this Friday, Nov.15 at 10 am local time, with a limited number of VIP packages available exclusively to Tool Army members via the link below this Wednesday, Nov.13 at 10 am local time.Continue reading

Tool Scores Number One Album on The Billboard Artist 100 Chart

As the internet melts down over the overwhelming success of Tool’s global domination with their smash hit album Fear Inoculum (Tool Dissectional/Volcano/RCA), selling a whopping quarter of a million physical copies, the band continues to rake in awards. Not only did they score a number one on the Billboard Top 200 spot to knock off huge pop stars such as Taylor Swift and Lana Del Rey, but the band has also now captured the top rank on The Billboard Artist 100 Chart. This is equally difficult for a progressive metal band to achieve, especially in the age of streaming. Continue reading

Tool Shares Album Cover and New Album Details Emerge

Tool has shared the cover of their upcoming new album, Fear Inoculum‘ (RCA), due out August 30th. The album cover was created once again with frequent collaborator and visionary artist Alex Grey. The band also shared new details in an interview with Revolver, the entire band shared new details about the album. At 80 minutes in length, Fear Inoculum has only 9 tracks, which has 7 actual songs and two interludes. The album’s concept revolves around the number seven, with most songs written in time signatures with seven in it. The band will share their album details tomorrow, August 6th with a track premiere on August 7th. Continue reading

Bring Me The Horizon Tease New Video For “Medicine”, New Album Coming Soon

Bring Me the Horizon is looking forward to 2019 with big hearts and big riffs. The bands’ new album Amo (RCA/Columbia/Sony) is releasing on 25th of January and is one of the most anticipated records of 2019. They just teased a new video for their possible next single, “Medicine”, which you can see below. Continue reading

Bullet For My Valentine – Gravity

What a ride Bullet For My Valentine (BFMV) have been on thus far, having gone from being part of a newly anointed ‘New Big 4 of Thrash’, and heralded in the same breaths of Metal’s greatest bands upon the release of their debut album The Poison (Visible Noise) to the flip side of the real lows felt after the release of their fourth record Temper, Temper (RCA) which saw creative levels dip to point where many wrote the band off completely. They attempted a return with 2015’s Venom (RCA) and seemed to be slowly kicking in the Metal cogs into motion again and saw a kind of spluttering rebirth. Continue reading