Tool Stop Concert After Sad Emergency In Video


Tool recently stopped their live performance to help a fan who had collapsed during the show, as per the video report of Rock Feed. The event took place in Washington, DC on February 22.

Tool were forced to halt the show

It has been also noted that the vocalist Maynard James Keenan had stopped the show and addressed the situation, alerting medical technicians at the venue. Maynard took the opportunity to share a few of his comedic remarks with the audience. It has been noted that the singer reacted quickly, with the band receiving ovations from the audience.

You can check out video clip below:

Tool is currently doing their US run with the dates set to continue until March 30. After that, the band will visit Europe in April and May.

Tool recently resumed their tours. in support of its Grammy Award-winning album “Fear Inoculum”, and are celebrating the 30th anniversary of its first commercially available release “Opiate”, with a reimagined and extended version of the EP’s title track and an accompanying short film. “Opiate²” is available via DSPs on March 1, with the Blu-ray only visual companion available on March 18.

The band kickstarted its 2022 tour in support of “Fear Inoculum” on January 10 at the Matthew Knight Arena in Eugene, Oregon. It marked the band’s first live appearance since March 2020 when Tool’s trek was cut short following a gig in Portland, Oregon due to the burgeoning pandemic.

It was recently noted that Tool fans were not delighted to listen to the band live in concert at the Ball Arena in Denver, CO on January 27. But it wasn’t their fault. It turns out poor sound quality annoyed the fans in attendance.