Tool Denver Tickets
It was chance that brought four musicians to Los Angeles around the same time during the eighties, and eventually brought them together in 1990 to form the band Tool. The group would go on to release two extended plays over the next couple of years, one of which would record platinum level sales in the country. It was enough for them to garner a dedicated fan following, for which they have released four studio albums since. All four recorded platinum sales in the US and Canada, while three were good enough to go to the top two of the Billboard charts. Now you can see them on stage as well. Grab your Tool Denver tickets and catch them live at the Pepsi Center.
Over the years, there have been a handful of artists for whom the industry standards were not enough and they wanted to do something that transcended their very art. In music, bands like Pink Floyd did this by experimenting with their sound and their live performances, and that tradition has been kept alive by Tool today.
A beam of light
Tool was formed in 1990 and released their first demo tape, titled “72826” a year later. The album did not sell too many copies, yet it did create quite a buzz for the band, enabling them to get live shows around their city.
In 1992, they released their second extended play called “Opiate” to a considerably better reception, as it recorded platinum level sales in the US and laid the ground work for their debut album, called “Undertow” which came out a year later.
All the way to the stars
Even though Undertow only went to number fifty on the Billboard charts, it made up for it in sales as it was certified platinum in the US and Canada. Since then they have released three more albums, of which two topped the Billboard charts and one went to number two. All three have also been certified as platinum in the US, Canada and Australia.
These days this three time Grammy Award winning band is preparing for its long awaited concert tour, and you can be part of the experience as well. Just book your Tool Denver tickets and enjoy their performance, live at the Pepsi Center.