Listen To Final Show Of Tool’s 2016 Tour In Its Entirety

Tool Archive have uploaded Tool’s final concert of the winter 2016 tour in New Orleans, with a recording from tapeworm.

00:00 No Quarter
12:12 The Grudge
21:12 Parabola
31:54 Schism
40:35 Opiate
53:44 Ænema
1:01:25 Descending
1:05:15 Jambi
1:13:11 Forty Six & 2
1:19:30 Synth & Drum Solo
1:28:33 Sweat
1:33:09 Stinkfist

While Tool had a triumphant tour finale at the Smoothie King Center in New Orleans on Sunday, one fan did not have a great night. Near the end of the band’s set, a fan fell from the balcony. It wasn’t clear where he fell from, or if he jumped, but it’s been speculated that it was the suite level. He was moving though when he landed, but it startled other Tool fans. Freelance journalist Wesley Hodges told The Advocate, “It was scary,” Hodges said. “I caught it out of the corner of my eye. I saw a body coming down and heard a really loud crash. I saw him lying on the ground. There was chaos after that. People were screaming.”

“We can confirm that a patron fell,” said Sabrina Trahan, the arena’s event marketing and media coordinator, in an emailed statement. “An investigation is ongoing.”

Police and security personnel arrived quickly to help the fan who fell, but there has been no update on his health.

Tool wrapped up their tour at Smoothie King Center, New Orleans, LA this past weekend, and frontman Maynard James Keenan did it in style, wearing a tutu. Watch video, and see photos, below!

No Quarter (Led Zeppelin cover)
The Grudge
Forty-Six & 2
Drum Solo

  • Felonious Punk

    “Listen To Final Show Of Tool’s 2016 Tour In Its Entirety”

    …and hear the same exact show you heard at every other show of the tour, too.

    • Ishmael

      and i read the exact same comment from you under every tool news on AN. 😛

      • Felonious Punk

        Perhaps, but it’s free.

        Or you can pay $100+ to go see Tool play the same 11 songs every night.

        • Ishmael

          It would cost me much more since i’d to come all the way from germany. plus i would never pay 100 bucks for a band, no matter how much i love them.

          • Felonious Punk

            Even FNM, if they let you come onstage and sing with Patton?

          • Ishmael

            this would change everything! 😀

    • Pelonious Funk

      You could NOT be more right.

  • toneloak

    Listening to this feels like looking through a telescope watching a supernova slowly consume a sola system.

    • Corndog

      I don’t think supernovae do anything slowly…

      • toneloak

        Agreed, but that is my point. It’s the beauty in the impossible that I feel in this music.

  • TonyClifton

    Just got done listening to the whole show and not sure if it’s the recording, cause Maynard’s vocals were barely present for most songs. Musically it sounded tight, but couldn’t hear vocals hardly at all for most songs.