Tool Milwaukee WI Tickets
Tool Milwaukee WI tickets are now available as the iconic rockers are ready to bring a series of mind blowing performances to an arena near you. Famous for their introspective lyrics and cutting edge videos, Tool has become one of the most celebrated rock outfits of all time. Since their formation, they have released five studio albums, one box set and one EP. They have also released a number of record smashing hits including ‘Invincible,’ ‘7empest,’ ‘Stinkfist,’ ‘Fear Inoculum,’ and ‘Schism.’ If you want to listen to their timeless hits and evergreen music, then catch them perform live at the Fiserv Forum this October. This will be a concert you will never forget!
If you are a metal head, then you are in for a treat. Tool Milwaukee WI tickets are up for grabs as the metal heads are ready to embark on their upcoming music tour. So wait no more and book your tickets in advance.
Warm-up for Some Epic Music
The band was formed in 1991 in Los Angeles. Maynard James Keenan (lead singer) teamed up with Paul D’Amour (bassist), Danny Carey (drummer) and Adam Jones (guitarist), and soon began work on an EP called Opiate, which was released in 1992. They soon came out with their first dark debut, Undertow, in 1993. It produced hit songs like ‘Prison Sex’ and ‘Sober,’ that touched painful dark themes like child abuse. The album went Platinum within a year, and helped the band put their name on the map. They soon became one of the most prominent new comers of that time.
Making Waves in the Industry
With their distinct sound, they have paid musical homage to thrash, death metal and grindcore music. Tool has been recognized for its contributions to metal music and has won several awards, including the prestigious Grammys. They have won the Grammy for Best Recording Package - 10,000 Days (2006), Best Metal Performance – Schism (2001), and Best Metal Performance - Ænema (1997).
If you have a taste for their music, then make sure that you grab your Tool Milwaukee WI tickets at the earliest as the concert is expected to be a sell-out.