Tool announces a concert in Paris

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The American alternative metal band Tool announces its return to Paris on June 5, 2024. Tickets on sale this week.

After being desired for more than 10 years, Tool never let go of the French stages. Thus, after a stint headlining Hellfest in 2019 and a Parisian date in 2022, the American alternative metal group returns to the Accor Arena on June 5, 2024. The group Night Verses will be present to provide the opening act. See you this Thursday, November 16 at 10 a.m. for an exclusive pre-sale via the organizer’s website. General on-sale will be Friday, November 17. This is the only French date announced during their next European tour.

During this 2024 tour, the American group will continue to present Fear Inoculum, his latest studio album to date. Released in 2019, it marks the return of Tool13 years after the previous disc, entitled 10,000 Days. Despite the group’s long years of absence, this record rose to first place in the American sales charts, as well as in the top 10 in French sales.

With more than 30 years of career, Tool released five studio albums which allowed him to gradually establish himself within the metal and alternative scenes. If Fear Inoculum is strongly represented in their recent concerts, the Americans will not fail to take you through their entire career through classics and rarities.


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