Tool talks new music and its daylong band-curated event at Glen Helen Amphitheater in San Bernardino

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Tool has proven to be a band that doesn’t cave to convention.

Since forming in Los Angeles in 1990, the Grammy award-winning heavy rock band known for hits such as “Sober,” “Schism” and “Stinkfist,” has enjoyed global success, critical acclaim and garnered hordes of die-hard fans even though it has experienced extended periods of inactivity and has only released four full-length albums.

Amid circulating rumors back in March that (who also fronts rock acts A Perfect Circle and Puscifer) had entered the studio to lay down vocal tracks for the band’s fifth album, its first since 2006’s “10,000 Days,” Tool announced a batch of North American tour dates that included its previously announced headlining sets at the Boston Calling Music Festival on May 28 and The Governors Ball Music Festival in New York City on June 2.

Though Southern California was left off the initial announcement, a month later the band teased an aerial photo via social media of a sprawling outdoor concert venue with the Tool logo Photoshopped onto the grassy lawn, along with the date, June 24.  Savvy local fans instantly picked out that the venue was in fact , however the image sparked further rumors of an album announcement or release date for fans elsewhere.

“There are a good variety of fans that are very passionate about the next record we have coming out,” Tool guitarist Adam Jones said in a recent phone interview.

“They’re always like ‘But it’s been 10 years,’ but we just go by our own rules in what we do and we’d like to do another record, but it has to be right for everyone and the timing has to be right. For those fans, any taste of anything that’s obscure and they’re wondering if it’s something for the new record or they’re looking for a sign. It’s nice that they’re passionate about it. That’s a very good thing. It’s rewarding to have your fans wanting more, but we just have to do it in our own time and by our own rules.”

Though the ambiguous posted venue photo wasn’t a hint at when a new album will drop, it was announcing Tool’s Glen Helen Amphitheater appearance on Saturday, June 24, as something more than just a regular stop along this tour.



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