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Tool announces series of live 'music clinics'

Monday, April 09, 2018 9:14 AM PT


Tool music clinics 2018

Official press release:

Tool, one of rock music's most mysterious and speculated about bands, give fans a rare glimpse behind-the-scenes via a series of intimate music clinics.

The discussions include drummer Danny Carey, bass player Justin Chancellor and guitar player Adam Jones walking attendees through a handful of the band's songs, from the process of writing them to playing them live. Audience members are encouraged to ask questions via an open discussion, as well as mingle with the band following the session.

Ticket holders will receive commemorative merchandise, exclusive to the series of events and limited to the number of people in attendance. An accompanying, traveling exhibit will be on display at each event, featuring unique items from Tool's history.

May 11 St. Paul, MN @ Myth Live Event Center
May 14 Chicago, IL @ The Vic Theatre
May 15 Indianapolis, IN @ Egyptian Room at Old National Centre
May 16 Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
May 17 Columbus, OH @ Express Live! Indoor Pavilion
May 19 Cleveland, OH @ Agora Theatre

Tickets are on-sale this Friday, April 13 at 10 am local time.


10 comments


anonymous
4/9/2018 9:28:51 AM
hell on earth

anonymous
4/9/2018 10:04:00 AM
only the most absolutely insufferable will attend this garbage.

4/9/2018 10:07:29 AM
Maynard will be there, and by there I mean home alone in a dark closet, with a blanket over his head whispering into tin can on a string.

4/9/2018 10:40:33 AM
holy fcking lol

anonymous
4/9/2018 10:43:05 AM
" Audience members are encouraged to ask questions "

Ok how about why you make your fans wait for 15 years for a new album.

anonymous
4/9/2018 11:31:43 AM
"We will have rooms available for attendees to remove their shoes, sit indian-style and sniff their own farts. As is tradition among our intellectually superior audience." -some tool

4/9/2018 12:02:31 PM
"It's unbearable but healing, like a rehab clinic, only you're still a tweaker when you leave."

anonymous
4/9/2018 3:47:08 PM
Teaching your own songs to your fans = bling-bling!

anonymous
4/10/2018 5:44:38 AM
soooo they're not playing?

anonymous
4/10/2018 5:02:44 PM
Great. One fcking long drop D fest. Tool will show you how to fool tons of people into thinking you're genius by writing most of your songs in one key. LSD isn't provided but strongly encouraged.
It all makes perfect sense that Adam Jones and Tom Morello were once in a band together. Did they both just play single string guitars tuned to D?