Last night, Tool, the illustrious metal band from the '90s, took Fresno's Save Mart Center on a dark and enthralling journey with their immersive performance.
The Enigmatic Maynard James Keenan and His Band of Virtuosos
The band, recognized for their cerebral music and enigmatic lead singer, Maynard James Keenan, played an 11-song set that spanned nearly two and a half hours. The concert showcased the band's musical prowess, with moments reminiscent of a proper prog-rock band, evoking the spirit of Rush or Yes.
A Visual and Auditory Spectacle
The performance was complemented by a mesmerizing display of visuals and lasers, providing concert-goers with a truly immersive experience. But it wasn't just the visuals that captivated the audience. Keenan, known for his disapproval of fans watching concerts through their cell phone screens, did not hesitate to reprimand those who chose to do so.
Setting the Stage for the Main Act
Opening for Tool was Elder, who delivered a heavy jam session that lasted 40 minutes, featuring instrumental, fuzzed-out stoner rock. This set the perfect tone for the main act, and the crowd was more than ready for what was to come.
With four more U.S. shows remaining on the tour, fans still have the opportunity to witness this extraordinary performance before the band continues on to Europe. Don't miss your chance to experience Tool's dark, immersive, and unforgettable live show.
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