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Posted on Dec 16, 2013 02:11 pm
Tool have recently announced their first-ever performance in Mexico, confirming a March 18 show in the capital of Mexico City.
Apart from the official info, new details recently surfaced via Fourth Eye, suggesting two more concerts have been confirmed - March 16 performance in Monterrey and March 23 gig in Guadalara. The given source cites "the word from a local promoter" as the story's main source.
"Tool announces their first engagement ever in Mexico, this upcoming spring, taking place at Mexico City," the official website announcement reads. "Having toured all around the world and headlined most major international festivals such as Lollapalooza, Coachella, Bonnaroo, Big Day Out, Ozzfest, etc., the band from Los Angeles California will finally make their long awaited Mexico debut in March."
As for the band's new album, the latest update confirmed"at least three band members" were taking a writing break, suggesting that the instrumental section has wrapped up its part, leaving Maynard James Keenan to kick off the lyrics writing.
The latest Tool studio effort, "10,000 Days," saw its release in May 2006 via Tool JV.