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Grammy Award winning American metal band Tool has toured worldwide extensively.

Grammy Award Accolade by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States

A Grammy Award, or Grammy, is an award presented by The Recording Academy to recognize achievements in the music industry. The trophy depicts a gilded gramophone. The annual presentation ceremony features performances by prominent artists, and the presentation of those awards that have a more popular interest. The Grammys are the second of the Big Three major music awards held annually.

Tool (band) American metal band

Tool is an American rock band from Los Angeles. Formed in 1990, the group's line-up includes drummer Danny Carey, guitarist Adam Jones, and vocalist Maynard James Keenan. Justin Chancellor has been the band's bassist since 1995, replacing their original bassist Paul D'Amour. Tool has won three Grammy Awards, performed worldwide tours, and produced albums topping the charts in several countries.

Concert tour series of concerts by a single artist in different venues

A concert tour is a series of concerts by an artist or group of artists in different cities, countries or locations. Often concert tours are named to differentiate different tours by the same artist and to associate a specific tour with a particular album or product. Especially in the popular music world, such tours can become large-scale enterprises that last for several months or even years, are seen by hundreds of thousands or millions of people, and bring in millions of dollars in ticket revenues. A performer who embarks on a concert tour is called a touring artist.


Tool has performed songs by other artists occasionally in their live sets, including "Spasm" and "You Lied" by Peach, "Stranglehold" by Ted Nugent, "Demon Cleaner" by Kyuss, "No Quarter" by Led Zeppelin, and "Commando" by The Ramones. [1]

Peach were a metal band from England that originally recorded between 1991 and 1994. The band was renamed Sterling in 1995, and Simon Oakes and Rob Havis later reformed as Suns of the Tundra in 2000.

Ted Nugent American rock musician

Theodore Anthony Nugent is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist and political activist. Nugent initially gained fame as the lead guitarist of the Amboy Dukes, a band formed in 1963 that played psychedelic rock and hard rock. After playing with the Amboy Dukes, he embarked on a solo career.

Kyuss American band

Kyuss was an American rock band, formed in Palm Desert, California, in 1987 by Josh Homme (guitar), John Garcia (vocals), Brant Bjork (drums) and Chris Cockrell (bass). After releasing an EP under the name Sons of Kyuss in 1990, the band shortened its name to Kyuss and recruited Nick Oliveri, replacing Cockrell as bassist. Over the next five years the band released four full-length albums, and one last split EP in 1997 as Kyuss and the newly formed Queens of the Stone Age. This tied up the loose ends of Kyuss and introduced the new band Queens of the Stone Age, which was initially composed entirely of former Kyuss members.

The song "Ticks & Leeches" is only rarely performed live due to the immense strain on Keenan's voice. However, they have performed it at least a few times during their 2001 (Irvine, California) and 2002 tours including appearances in Sacramento, California, Tacoma, Washington, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Katowice (Poland), London (England), and Berlin (Germany), with Keenan using heavy vocal effects and distortion.[ citation needed ] Tool added 'Ticks & Leeches' back to the set list for the 2012 North American Winter Tour.

Irvine, California Charter City in California, United States

Irvine is a master-planned city in Orange County, California, United States in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. The Irvine Company started developing the area in the 1960s and the city was formally incorporated on December 28, 1971. The 66-square-mile (170 km2) city had a population of 212,375 as of the 2010 census; in 2018 the California Department of Finance estimated the city's population at 276,176.

Sacramento, California State capital and city of California, United States

Sacramento is the capital city of the U.S. state of California and the seat of Sacramento County. Located at the confluence of the Sacramento River and the American River in Northern California's Sacramento Valley, Sacramento's estimated 2018 population of 501,334 makes it the sixth-largest city in California and the ninth largest capital in the United States. Sacramento is the seat of the California Legislature and the Governor of California, making it the state's political center and a hub for lobbying and think tanks. Sacramento is also the cultural and economic core of the Sacramento metropolitan area, which had a 2010 population of 2,414,783, making it the fifth largest in California.

Tacoma, Washington City in Washington, United States

Tacoma is a midsized urban port city and the county seat of Pierce County, Washington, United States. The city is on Washington's Puget Sound, 32 miles (51 km) southwest of Seattle, 31 miles (50 km) northeast of the state capital, Olympia, and 58 miles (93 km) northwest of Mount Rainier National Park. The population was 198,397, according to the 2010 census. Tacoma is the second-largest city in the Puget Sound area and the third-largest in the state. Tacoma also serves as the center of business activity for the South Sound region, which has a population around 1 million.

Tour history

In 1991, Tool played a number of small clubs in the Los Angeles, area and were signed to a major label. The two live tracks of the Opiate EP were recorded during a December 31, 1991, performance. Tool Embarked on a U.S. club tour in 1992, playing only one Canadian and one Mexican date. The band often played on a small stage, with minimal or no lighting, sometimes to only a handful of people. The set list would change from night to night, but would usually include most (if not all) of Opiate and a handful of then unreleased songs from Undertow . Some were performed with working lyrics such as "Undertow" and "Bottom".

<i>Undertow</i> (Tool album) 1993 studio album by Tool

Undertow is the debut studio album by American rock band Tool, released on April 6, 1993 by Zoo Entertainment. Produced by the band and Sylvia Massy, it was recorded from October to December 1992 at Sound City Studios in Van Nuys and Grandmaster Recorders in Hollywood. The album includes some tracks the band decided to not release on their debut EP Opiate.

Tool toured extensively in 1993. The band found themselves on many European festivals as well as the U.S. Lollapalooza festival. They were drawing such a crowd playing the second stage at Lollapalooza, that they were moved up to the main stage, midway through the tour. The band debuted the songs "Intolerance", "Prison Sex" and "Flood" on January 26, 1993. The set list would vary from night to night, depending on the time slot Tool was allotted, but "Sober" and "Prison Sex" were always played.

Festival Organised series of acts and performances

A festival is an event ordinarily celebrated by a community and centering on some characteristic aspect of that community and its religion or cultures. It is often marked as a local or national holiday, mela, or eid. Next to religion and folklore, a significant origin is agricultural. Food is such a vital resource that many festivals are associated with harvest time. Religious commemoration and thanksgiving for good harvests are blended in events that take place in autumn, such as Halloween in the northern hemisphere and Easter in the southern.

Lollapalooza Music festival in the United States

Lollapalooza (Lolla) is an annual four-day music festival based in Chicago, Illinois at Grant Park. Performances include but are not limited to alternative rock, heavy metal, punk rock, hip hop, and electronic music. Lollapalooza has also provided a platform for non-profit and political groups and various visual artists. The four-day music festival in Grant Park hosts an estimated 400,000 people each year and sells out annually. Lollapalooza is considered one of the largest and most iconic music festivals in the world and one of the longest running in the United States.

Sober (Tool song) 1994 single by Tool

"Sober" is a song by American rock band Tool. The song was released as the first single from their debut studio album, Undertow. Tool guitarist Adam Jones has stated in an interview that the song is about a friend of the band whose artistic expression only comes out when he is under the influence. "A lot of people give him shit for that," Jones explains. "If you become addicted and a junkie, well, that's your fault."

Tool Toured Europe and the U.S. again in 1994. The band debuted their cover of Led Zeppelin's "No Quarter" as well as the songs "Disgustipated", "Pushit" and "Stinkfist". "No Quarter" often transitioned into "Disgustipated", and "Opiate" would be played back-to-back with "Flood", transitioning smoothly between songs and skipping the lengthy intro to "Flood". During this time, Tool's stage show began to grow and better reflect the band. During a show in London at Shepards Bush, the band had a man dressed as Jesus join them on stage. At the same show, future Tool member (then member of opening band Peach) Justin Chancellor joined the band for the song "Sober". Around the same time, tensions began between Keenan and D'Amour. As in previous years, the set list would change from night-to-night for most of 1994.

Led Zeppelin English rock band

Led Zeppelin were an English rock band formed in London in 1968. The group consisted of vocalist Robert Plant, guitarist Jimmy Page, bassist/keyboardist John Paul Jones and drummer John Bonham. Along with Black Sabbath and Deep Purple, the band's heavy, guitar-driven sound has led them to be cited as one of the originators of heavy metal. Their style drew from a wide variety of influences, including blues, psychedelia and folk music.

"No Quarter" is a song by Led Zeppelin that appears on their 1973 album Houses of the Holy. It was written by John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page and Robert Plant. The song became a centerpiece at all Led Zeppelin concerts thereafter, until their final tour. It appears in both the film versions and both live album versions of The Song Remains the Same released in 1976 and expanded in 2007. It appeared once more in 1994 on Page and Plant's reunion album as the title track. It also appears on Led Zeppelin's 2012 live album Celebration Day, which documented their 2007 reunion performance at the O2 Arena in London. It was re-released in the deluxe edition of Houses of the Holy.

Stinkfist 1996 single by Tool

"Stinkfist" is a song by the American rock band Tool. It is their first industry single and first music video release from their second major label album Ænima.

Tool only played a small number of shows during 1995, but it was a very important year for the band. Debuting the songs "Eulogy", "H" and "Ænema", all in early forms with working lyrics. Tensions were very high between Keenan and D'Amour during this time, and April 14, 1995, would be D'Amour's last live show with the band.

In 1996, Tool began their extensive touring for Ænima in Pomona, California, where they debuted "Forty-Six & 2", "Hooker with a Penis", "Jimmy" and "Third Eye". This was also Chancellor's first show with the band. "Die Eier von Satan" was played once on December 19, 1996. They also played South Park's 'Spirit of Christmas' animated Christmas card during the show. During this year, Tool started extending "Prison Sex" by adding an extra verseknown by fans as "Prison Sex OTRM" ("on the road mix" or "over the rainbow mix")and the intro to "Sober", which later appeared on Salival as the track "Merkaba". Tool's stage show grew with the addition of two giant projection screens. Keenan would paint himself blue and white for his performances, and Chancellor would also sometimes be painted with spots. Although the band was changing the set list up quite a bit at the beginning of the tour, they fell into a 'comfortable' set list during November which was played for the rest of the year with one or two wild card songs. A typical 1996 set list would look like this:

As an opening band

1991 Fishbone [2]
1991 Green Jellÿ
1991 Rage Against the Machine [2]
1992 Corrosion of Conformity [3]
1992 Rollins Band
1992 White Zombie [4]
1995 Primus

As the headlining band

TourYearsOpening bands
Opiate 1992 Failure, The Flaming Lips, Peach
Undertow 1993 Failure, The Flaming Lips, Paw, Headswim, Submarine, Peach
Ænima 1996–1999 The Cows, Failure, The Melvins, Psychotica
Lateralus 2001–2002Cortizone, Fantômas, Cosmic Psychos, King Crimson, The Melvins, Meshuggah, Pablo, Tomahawk, Tricky
10,000 Days 2006–2007 Isis, Mastodon, Kinski, Melt-Banana, TU, Big Business, Russian Circles, Trans Am
2009 Tour2009Tweak Bird
2010 Tour2010 Wovenhand, Dälek, Rajas
2011 Tour 2011 Jakob
2012 Tour 2012 Intronaut, YOB
2013 Tour 2013 Jakob
2014 Tour 2014 Failure
2016 Tour2016 Primus, 3Teeth


All Points West Headline2009
Alternative Nation Festival 1995
Arvika Festival Headline1994
Big Day Out Headline2007, 2011
Big Mele Headline1993
Bonnaroo Headline2007
Coachella Headline1999, 2006
Chicago Open Air Headline2019
Copenhell Headline2019 [5]
Download Festival Headline2006, 2019
Edgefest Headline2001, 2012
Epicenter Headline2009
Hurricane Festival 2001
Lollapolooza Main stage1993 (Side stage and Main stage), [6] 1997, 2009
Lowlands Headline1993, 2007
Metaltown Headline2006
Mile High Music Festival Headline2009
Monster Mash Music FestivalHeadline2015
Northern InvasionHeadline2018
Norwegian Wood Headline2002 (didn't play since Ozzfest was canceled)
Nova Rock Festival 2006
Ozzfest Main stage1998, 2001, 2002, 2013
Pinkpop Main stage2001 (3FM Tent), 2006
PopwerkMain stage1993 [7]
Pukkelpop 1993, 2007
Quart Festival Main stage2006
Reading Festival Main stage1993
River's EdgeHeadline2012
Rock am Ring Headline2002, 2019
Rock on the Range Headline2018
Rock Werchter Main stage1994 (Side stage), 2001, 2006, 2019
Roskilde Festival Main stage2001, 2006
Ruisrock Headline2006
Southside Festival 2001
Summer Sonic Festival Headline2006
Street Scene Headline2006
Sziget Festival Headline2007
Voodoo Music Experience Headline2001, 2016
Boston Calling Headline2017
Governors Ball Music Festival Headline2017
Øyafestivalen Headline2007
Firenze Rocks Headline2019

Guest musicians

These musicians have joined Tool on stage.

Guest musicianInstrumentTouring withSongNotesReference
Heitham Al-Sayed Vocals Senser,
multipleJoined Tool several times at their concerts in London in 1994 and 1997 for "Bottom" and "Pushit" and in Paris in 2006 for "Opiate". [8]
Mike Bordin Drums Ozzy Osbourne,
Faith No More
"Triad" Ozzfest at Donington Park in 2002 and again during the U.S. tour of 2002 [9] [10]
King Buzzo Guitar The Melvins multiple"Stinkfist", covers of Ted Nugent's "Stranglehold", and Peach's "You Lied" & "Spasm" [11] [12]
Dale Crover DrumsThe Melvins"Opiate",
Final show of the Ænema tour at San Jose, California on August 30, 1998
The Australian leg of Tool's 2002 tour
John Dolmayan Drums System of a Down multipleOzzfest 2002 at Antwerp and Dublin performing "Triad", both performances in Las Vegas in 2007 he joined Danny Carey in performing "Lateralus" [14] [15]
Aloke Dutta Tabla N/A"Pushit"Tool's spring-1998 "mini-tour" [16]
Robert Fripp Guitar King Crimson "Soundscapes"Played during the intermission during the Tool/King Crimson mini-tour of 2001
On a few occasions, he was joined by Adam and Justin; sometimes remained onstage playing "Soundscape" (segues) as Tool went into the first song of the second set.
Tomas Haake Drums Meshuggah "Triad"When Meshuggah supported Tool during their U.S. tour in the fall of 2002 [18]
Tricky Keyboards
U.S. tour of 2001 [19]
Kirk Hammett Guitar Metallica "Sober", "Lateralus" Blaisdell Concert Hall on Hawaii, August 18, 2006 and January 14, 2011 [20]
HawkmanVocalsTricky"Reflection"U.S. tour of 2001 [21]
Dave Lombardo DrumsFantômas"Triad"When Fantômas supported Tool during the U.S. tour of October 2001 [22]
Herman Li Guitar DragonForce "Lateralus"Played during band's 2007 appearance at Brixton Academy [23]
Pat Mastelotto DrumsKing Crimson"Triad"Tool/King Crimson mini-tour of 2001.
On a related note, Danny Carey joined King Crimson onstage on one occasion, playing the second half of "Red" during this tour.
Perry MeliusPercussion Tricky "Triad"5 Seasons Center, Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Oct. 20, 2001) [25]
Tom Morello Guitar The Nightwatchman "Lateralus"Provided extra guitar during the band's 2007 Bonnaroo appearance. [26]
Mike Patton Synthesizer Tomahawk,
"Triad"U.S. tour of 2002 [27]
Scott Reeder Bass guitar Kyuss "Demon Cleaner"Concerts in Los Angeles (March 27, 1998) and San Diego (March 29, 1998) [28]
Zack de la Rocha Vocals Rage Against the Machine "Bottom"Tool concerts in Irvindale, California on August 7, 1993, and Paris, France on September 9, 1993 [29]
Chris Pitman Vocalsseveral"Bottom"Concert in Ventura, California on December 15, 1995 [30]
Layne Staley Vocals Alice in Chains "Opiate"Lollapalooza concerts in Houston (July 31, 1993) and Dallas (August 1, 1993), at The Big Mele Music Festival at Kualoa Ranch, HI on August 15, 1993, a Tool's concert at Bremerton, WA on May 28 and a fundraiser concert at The Palladium, Hollywood, CA on July 1, 1994. [31]
John Stanier DrumsTomahawk"Triad"U.S. tour of 2002 [32]
StatikMachines Collide "Triad"multiple occasions [33]
Phil Campbell Guitar Motörhead "Sober"Arena Leipzig on December 5, 2006 [34]
Brann Dailor Drums Mastodon "Lateralus"10,000 Days tour, June, 4 2007 Duluth GA (USA) and September 2, 2007 Athens (GRE)
Brent Hinds Guitar Mastodon "Lateralus"10,000 Days tour, Athens
Bill Kelliher Guitar Mastodon "Lateralus"10,000 Days tour, Athens
Troy Sanders Bass guitar Mastodon "Lateralus"10,000 Days tour, Athens
Serj Tankian Vocals System of a Down "Sober"Big Day Out 2007, Auckland
Trey Gunn Bass TU "Lateralus"10,000 Days tour, Texas
Pat Mastelotto Drums TU "Lateralus"10,000 Days tour, Texas
Terry Bozzio DrumsN/A"Lateralus"10,000 Days tour, Austin, Texas, on November 14, 2007
Sebastian ThomsonDrums Trans Am "Lateralus"10,000 Days tour, Victoria BC on December 1, 2007
Jello Biafra Vocals Dead Kennedys "Holiday in Cambodia"10,000 Days tour, San Francisco on December 11, 2007
Tim Alexander Drums Primus "Opiate",
Final show of the Ænema tour at San Jose, California on August 30, 1998
10,000 Days tour, San Francisco on December 11, 2007
Till Lindemann Pyrotechnics Rammstein "Lateralus"Big Day Out, Adelaide, February 4, 2011
Christoph Schneider Drums Rammstein "Lateralus"Big Day Out, Adelaide, February 4, 2011
Angelo Moore Vocals Fishbone "Bottom"Live in Grenoble,France on October 6, 1993 [35]
Jason Reece and Aaron FordPercussions Trail of Dead "Lateralus"10,000 Days tour, Bologna, Italy on September 2, 2007

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<i>Ænima</i> 1996 studio album by Tool

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<i>Lateralus</i> 2001 studio album by Tool

Lateralus is the third studio album by American rock band Tool. It was released on May 15, 2001 through Volcano Entertainment. The album was recorded at Cello Studios in Hollywood and The Hook, Big Empty Space, and The Lodge, in North Hollywood, between October 2000 and January 2001. David Bottrill, who had produced the band's two previous releases Ænima and Salival, produced the album along with the band. On August 23, 2005, Lateralus was released as a limited edition two-picture-disc vinyl LP in a holographic gatefold package.

Danny Carey musician, songwriter

Daniel Edwin Carey is an American drummer and instrumentalist best known for his work in American Grammy Award-winning progressive metal band Tool. He has also contributed to albums by artists such as Zaum, Green Jellö, Pigface, Skinny Puppy, Adrian Belew of King Crimson, Carole King, Collide, Lusk, and the Melvins.

<i>Opiate</i> (EP) 1992 EP by Tool

Opiate is an EP by American rock band Tool. It was produced and engineered by Sylvia Massy and former Minor Threat bassist Steve Hansgen. Released in 1992, it was the result of some two years of the band playing together after their formation in 1990. Opiate preceded Tool's first full-length release, Undertow, by a year. It is named after a quote by Karl Marx: "religion ... is the opiate of the masses". As of July 7, 2010, Opiate has sold 1,155,000 copies in the US and is certified Platinum by the RIAA. The EP charted on several international charts when Tool released their catalog to online streaming in August 2019.

<i>Salival</i> 2000 box set by Tool

Salival is a live, outtake, and video album, released as a limited edition box set in CD/VHS and CD/DVD formats in 2000 by American rock band Tool. It includes a 56-page book of photos and stills from their music videos.

A Perfect Circle American band

A Perfect Circle is an American rock supergroup formed in 1999 by guitarist Billy Howerdel and Tool vocalist Maynard James Keenan. A Perfect Circle has released four studio albums, the first three during the early 2000s: Mer de Noms, their debut album in 2000, and followed up by Thirteenth Step in 2003; then in 2004, Emotive—an album of radically re-worked cover songs. Shortly after Emotive's release, the band went on hiatus; Keenan returned to Tool and started up solo work under the band name Puscifer; and Howerdel released a solo album, Keep Telling Myself It's Alright, under the moniker Ashes Divide. Band activity was sporadic in the following years; the band reformed in 2010, and played live shows on and off between 2010 and 2013, but fell into inactivity after the release of their greatest hits album, Three Sixty, and a live album box set, A Perfect Circle Live: Featuring Stone and Echo in late 2013. The band reformed in 2017 to record a fourth album, Eat the Elephant, which was released on April 20, 2018.

Maynard James Keenan American musician

Maynard James Keenan is an American singer-songwriter. He is the lead singer of the rock bands Tool and A Perfect Circle with whom he has released five and four studio albums, respectively. In 2003, he created Puscifer as a side project, with which he has released three studio albums.

"Hush" is a song by Tool from their 1992 debut EP Opiate, recorded by producer Sylvia Massy at Sound City Studios.

H. (song) 1997 single by Tool

"H." is a song by the American rock band Tool. The song was released as the second single from their second album, Ænima on March 19, 1997. "H." reached number 23 on the US Mainstream Rock Tracks chart.

Prison Sex 1993 single by Tool

"Prison Sex" is a song by American rock band Tool. The song was released as their second single from their debut studio album Undertow. The song uses a modified drop-B tuning. The track features an "anti-climax" coda, in which memorable verses and choruses dissolve into an unrelated, quiet final section.

Tool discography band discography

The discography of American rock band Tool consists of five studio albums, one compilation album, two extended plays, four video albums, fourteen singles and eight music videos.

Adam Jones (musician) musician

Adam Thomas Jones is a three-time Grammy Award-winning American musician and visual artist, best known as the guitarist for Tool. Jones has been rated the 75th Greatest Guitarist of all time by the Rolling Stone and placed ninth in Guitar World's Top 100 Greatest metal Guitarists. Jones is also the director of the majority of Tool's music videos.

"Opiate" is a song by Tool and the title track from their debut EP recorded by producer Sylvia Massy at Sound City Studios in 1991. While never released as an official single, it is one of the best known songs among their early work. "Opiate" serves as the final track of the Opiate EP and contains the hidden track, "The Gaping Lotus Experience".

Children of the Anachronistic Dynasty was an American rock band based in Grand Rapids, Michigan notable for being one of the early bands of Maynard James Keenan, later of the bands Tool, A Perfect Circle and Puscifer among others.

Kabir Akhtar is an American television director and editor, who won an Emmy Award in 2016.


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