Tool Philadelphia PA Tickets
Tool Philadelphia PA tickets are selling fast, so make sure you grab yours before they are gone. Formed in 1990, the progressive metal outfit’s lineup includes Maynard James Keenan (vocalist), Adam Jones (guitarist), Justin Chancellor (bassist) and Danny Carey (drummer). They entered the rock music industry in 1993 and soon after, began to dominate the industry with their chart topping hits like ‘Sober,’ ‘Parabola,’ ‘The Pot,’ ‘Third Eye,’ and ‘Vicarious.’ Tool is now taking their talents to the road and will soon take the stage at the Wells Fargo Center, this November. If you are a devoted metal head, then you will surely enjoy this concert as Tool is planning to bring you their greatest and latest hits live!
There is good news for Tool fans. Tool Philadelphia PA tickets have gone up on sale, as the band has revealed their much awaited tour dates. If you are in town, then buy a pair of concert tickets as soon as possible.
Dominating the Metal Movement
Tool has released one box set, one EP, and five studio albums till date. They launched their career in 1993 with the release of their debut full length album, Undertow. Their sophomore album, Ænima, was released in 1996. The album did well on the charts and attained Triple Platinum status in 2003. Their subsequent albums, such as Fear Inoculum, 10,000 Days and Lateralus, also garnered commercial success and critical acclaim.
Music Style & Influences
Tool’s music is a blend of several elements including art rock, psychedelic rock, and progressive rock. The band does not utilize a specific guitar playing technique, instead it uses a combination of various techniques and instrumentation experimentation. Their music has utilized chiming arpeggios, scratchy noise, and power chords.
The band has been heavily influenced by the progressive rock pioneer outfit, King Crimson. Critics have also noted that Tool has drawn inspiration from Jane’s Addiction, Faith No More, Helmet, Rush, Sex Pistols and Pink Floyd. Adam Jones stated in a 1993 interview that the band was influenced by the likes of Depeche Mode and Joni Mitchell.
The moment that all rock fans have been waiting for is finally here as the iconic rockers are ready to hit the road this fall. So purchase your Tool Philadelphia PA tickets at the earliest.