Tool Sacramento Tickets
Formed in 1990 in Los Angeles, Tool is an American rock band, consisting of four members. These include Danny Carey on drums, Adam Jones on guitars, Maynard James Keenan on vocals and Justin Chancellor on bass. The band mainly performs in the genres of heavy metal, alternative metal, art rock and progressive metal. The unique sound of the group has made them one of the forerunners in the heavy metal music industry alongside the like of Metallica and Megadeth. If you are interested in catching these legends live in action, you need to get your hands on these Tool Sacramento tickets now.
Let’s take a look at what this band is all about and what makes it such a fan favorite.
The Music of Tool
The band released its first studio album in 1993, titled Undertow. However, the heavy metal sound of the band truly came out in their second studio album, titled Ænima in 1996. Their unique amalgamation of musical experiments, visual artistry and consistent personal evolution continued on into their third album as well. The third album, Lateralus was released in 2001. This was followed by a five year gap and then the release of their most recent album, 10,000 Days in 2006. After the release of this album, the band went on a hiatus. Their fifth album has been in the working phase for quite some time now and is expected to be released soon.
Awards and Nominations
For their unique musical style and innovative sound, the band has won quite a few awards. They have won the Grammy Awards for Best Recording Package (Adam Jones) in 2006 for 10,000 Days. In 2001, they won the Grammy for the Best Metal Performance for “Schism” and in 1997, they got another Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance for Ænima. In addition to these, the band has also been nominated for the Best Hard Rock Performance twice; one in 2006 for “Vicarious” and one in 2007 for “The Pot”.
If you want to catch these guys live in action, complete with their legendary music collection, you ought to grab these Tool Sacramento tickets at the earliest.