Before heading out on the roads again for TOOL band’s upcoming 2022 for a U.S. tour in January, TOOL seems working pretty hard as some rehearsal footage of the regarded band has just revealed.
Many of us know and wait eagerly for a while for Tool to kick off its upcoming 2022 for a U.S. tour. And while we do that, the regarded band doesn’t also seem to be unemployed at all as its guitarist Adam Jones has just released a video of them rehearsing before they launch their upcoming 2022 U.S. arena tour tonight.
The talented guitarist of Tool has recently released a four-minute video clip for his followers through his Instagram account, in which also we can see bassist Justin Chancellor and drummer Danny Carey along with him while playing their beloved songs the songs “The Patient” and “The Pot.” But on the other side, the band’s regarded singer Maynard James Keenan‘s absence didn’t go unnoticed by the fans, as well.
As for “The Pot” from the 2006 album of Tool, titled 10,000 Days, Maynard James Keenan appeared in an interview earlier where he has chosen the song as the best introduction song to enter the regarded band’s world for the people who are unfamiliar with them, yet.
You can also watch the four-minute clip of Tool rehearsing that Adam Jones posted, down below, as well.
On the other side, Tool is finally kicking off its tour tonight on January 10 with the support of its 2019’s “Fear Inoculum” at the Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene, Oregon, before they will pass over to Europe in April, after all. The tour’s setlist also consists of all of the five albums of Tool, while “Fear Inoculum” is leading it off and 2001’s “Lateralus” also follows it getting around four songs each.
In the meantime, Tool also will be giving a tasteful feast to its fans to honor and celebrate their first album release in 13 years, performing their older music as well from albums like “Lateralus” (2001), “Aenima” (1996), and “10,000 Days” (2006). And the regarded metal band’s upcoming celebration show under its 2022 tour, will take its place at Chase Center in San Francisco, while the show tickets have already gone on sale starting around $100 for charging.
You can also see the full upcoming tour dates of Tool down below. And stay tuned for more updates on the 2022 tour of Tool, as we share them with you as soon as we hear them.
Taking a glimpse at the regarded band’s all success, Tool caught its actual debut with its third album, titled Ænima, in 1996, along with winning Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance for it in 1998. The regarded band’s following album was released after a hiatus, as the members were handling legal battles with their label.
So, Tool came back in May 2001, releasing its new album, Lateralus, which hit on top place on the US Billboard 200 chart in its debut week, immediately. As their single Schism also won a Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance in 2002, the band went on another break again for five years. And after Tool came back again, the beloved band released its new album, titled 10,000 Days, and sold 564,000 copies in just a week. The album also won another Grammy Award for Best Recording Package, as it also was on top on the Billboard, as well.