Tool Returning To Australia For Massive Tour

Tool is heading Down Under for a string of shows in February for the first time in six years.

The LA-based rockers announced the news that they would be hitting the road in support of their album 'Fear Inoculum' for shows in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane in February 2020.

However, if you were hoping to nab a video of the group performing live for your Insta stories -- you may want to think again, with the band enforcing a strict no-phone policy during their performances, with US fans receiving an email that confirmed that anyone breaking the rule would be removed from the venue.



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“We respectfully request that you please watch and listen to the show, not your phone,” the email to American fans stated.

“You will be ejected from the show without the opportunity to return and without a refund if you violate this simple request and elect to take photos during the performance.



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“In the event of a personal emergency, phone use may occur on the concourse away from the performance area.”

Support acts are yet to be announced for Tool's Australian tour, and tickets go on sale next Friday, November 22. Pre-sale tickets are available on November 20 at 2pm local time to people who sign up in advance via Frontier Touring.

Tool kick off its Aussie tour at Perth’s RAC Arena on February 14, before heading to Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on February 17, Brisbane Entertainment Centre on February 20, and Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on February 22.

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