Published May 06, 2019After guitarist Adam Jones hinted that he and his Tool bandmates would soon be "#MakingDreamsComeTrue" last week, footage has emerged of the band performing their first new music in over a decade.
Last night (May 5), Tool debuted a pair of new songs during their headlining set at Jacksonville, FL's Welcome to Rockville festival. You can watch fan-shot footage of both performances in the players below.
As you'll also see below, the band had previously hinted at the inclusion of new material in their setlists last week on Twitter. While they had previously included "Descending" in live sets as an instrumental, their Welcome to Rockville performance of the song featured vocals from Maynard James Keenan.
Tool's forthcoming album has yet to receive a concrete release date. In March, guitarist Adam Jones, bassist Justin Chancellor and drummer Danny Carey appeared at Bob Ludwig's Gateway Mastering Studios, indicating that a release wasn't far away.
In February of this year, frontman Keenan said to expect the album to see release "between mid May and mid July." Tool last delivered 10,000 Days in 2006.
You can see all Tool's upcoming tour dates here.