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Tool Guided Fans on a Prog-Rock Roller Coaster in Glendale

Tool Guided Fans on a Prog-Rock Roller Coaster in Glendale

"Deja fucking- vu," Tool lead singer Maynard James Keenan said after the band finished the title track to their latest record, Fear Inoculum, on Saturday, January 18, at a packed Gila River Arena in Glendale. He was right because the band was just in the same venue playing nearly the same set in October last year. However, when something's not broken, why fix it? Tool blasted through a 14-song set that pummeled the senses sonically and visually. 


"Deja fucking- vu," Tool lead singer Maynard James Keenan said after the band finished the title track to their latest record, Fear Inoculum, on Saturday, January 18, at a packed Gila River Arena in Glendale. He was right because the band was just in the same venue playing nearly the same set in October last year. However, when something's not broken, why fix it? Tool blasted through a 14-song set that pummeled the senses sonically and visually. 
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