Danny Carey, the ultimate badass!See below for some videos and a full setlist from Tool’s epic performance at Aftershock Festival.Watch “Third Eye”, courtesy of YouTube user Joe BlowWatch “Opiate”, courtesy of YouTube user toolbertWatch “Ænema”, courtesy of YouTube user jesseriahWatch “Stinkfist”, courtesy of YouTube user Joe BlowTool | Aftershock Festival | Sacramento, CA | 10/22/2016Third Eye (Extended outro), The Grudge, Parabola, Opiate (Extended “New” version), Ænema, Descending, Jambi, Forty-Six & 2, Sweat, Stinkfist (No extended bridge) Enigmatic progressive/hard rock band Tool launched their fall tour this weekend at Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, CA, marking the band’s first gig since January. The performance came after a lineup of hard rock heavy hitters, with Anthrax, Meshuggah, Primus, and Slayer all turning in sets before Tool’s explosive headlining performance.Tool turned in a 10-song performance over their 100-minute set, delivering classics like “Parabola”, “Ænema”, and the epic “Forty-Six & 2”. The band also debuted new arrangements of “Stinkfist” and “Opiate” that surely left hardcore fans satisfied.However, the show almost didn’t happen, as drummer Danny Carey was dealing with some pretty serious health issues right up until show time. Carey performed the set with a very serious staph infection that was causing headaches and pain in his joints throughout his body. See below for an Instagram post from Carey’s bandmate, guitarist Adam Jones, about the serious health issues he was facing.
Broncos QB Case Keenum was ‘disappointed’ to hear of Joe Flacco trade The #Broncos and #Redskins have agreed to terms on a trade to send QB Case Keenum to Washington for draft picks and with an adjusted contract, sources say. Broncos get Skins 6th, Washington get a 7th.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 7, 2019Keenum is expected to compete with Colt McCoy for the Redskins’ starting quarterback spot. Washington believes veteran Alex Smith will miss all of 2019 after he suffered a gruesome leg injury in November, according to an earlier report from NFL Network. The Ravens reportedly sent Joe Flacco to the Broncos in mid-February. He’ll replace Keenum under center in Denver. Case Keenum is heading to Washington.The Redskins have acquired the 31-year-old quarterback, along with a seventh round pick, from the Broncos, according to a report from NFL Network, which cites unidentified league sources. Denver will receive a sixth-round pick in the deal, the report says. #Broncos QB Case Keenum was the #Redskins top QB target based on price (his deal has offsets) and experience. He’ll come in and have to battle with Colt McCoy when this gets done. Washington checking off a big item on their to-do list.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 7, 2019Keenum had an up-and-down season in Denver after he signed a two-year, $36 million deal with the team in March 2018. He threw for 3,890 yards with 18 touchdowns and 15 interceptions in 16 games. Related News