Tool Adds Thought To Shows With Visual Stimulation

Sefany Jones of reviewed the concert at the Key Arena earlier this month and admitted seeing them live for the first time was a “tremendous pleasure”. Jones writes, “Tool has been called ‘art metal,’ and very well may be. But as I watched the video screens, back drops, tapestries and lights, I felt I was seeing a performance where the music was the theme for a great movie. Maybe that doesn’t do their music justice, which easily stands on its own. It was just the fact that someone actually had taken the time to visually stimulate a crowd while we heard great music. Thought was added, not just anger and sorrow, to two hours of entertainment. I was floored and appreciative.” Read more.

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