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.
Jimmy Herring And The Invisible Whip | Fox Theatre | 9/8/17 | Photos by Bill McAlaine Load remaining images Jimmy Herring is currently on tour with his new band, The Invisible Whip. Over the weekend, the band made a two-night stop at The Fox Theatre in Boulder, Colorado. As a founding member of The Aquarium Rescue Unit, Project Z, and Jazz is Dead – in addition to playing with everyone from The Allman Brothers Band to The Dead to Widespread Panic – Herring has made an indelible impact on improvised music.EXCLUSIVE: Jimmy Herring Talks New Band, This Year’s Losses, And The Unknown Future Of PanicComposed of longtime friends and musical collaborators, The Invisible Whip, named for the intangible musical force that fuels them, is a nod to their time spent playing with their fallen hero Col. Bruce Hampton – who made a lifelong impact on the members of the band. The Invisible Whip is: drummer Jeff Sipe (aka Apt Q258), Matt Slocumon B3 organ and clavinet, bassist Kevin Scott and multi-instrumentalist Jason Crosby on Fender Rhodes, piano and violin.Photographer Bill McAlaine was on site at Friday night’s show, as you can see in the gallery below. Full show audio has emerged of Saturday night’s show, courtesy of e_dubs.
Video Credit: Twitter.comRelated Manchester City produced yet another commanding display to thump Premier League rivals, Tottenham, 3-0 in their International Champions Cup pre-season friendly.Following their 4-1 win over Real Madrid in their last game, City staged another three goal margin victory over Spurs in Nashville.English defender, John Stones, headed home the opener from a Kevin de Bruyne free kick in the 11th minute, for the only goal of the first half.MANCHESTER CITY VS TOTTENHAM #ManchesterCity #ManCity #Tottenham #Spurs #PremierLeague #ChampionsCup #cityvspurs #SpursInUSA #CityOnTour pic.twitter.com/5iyz5ueY8X— 90+ MINUTES ⚽️ (@90plusminutes) July 30, 2017Gabriel Jesus produced the miss of the game when the Brazilain forward failed to find the open goal, after a beautifully laid pass by de Bryne.Raheem Sterling and Brahim Diaz scored in the second half to complete the romp.Both teams will now travel back to Europe, with Manchester City playing West Ham in Iceland on Friday, While, Tottenham square up against Juventus at Wembley on Saturday.