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Old 06-16-2010, 11:19 AM   #3601
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Re: General Tool tour questions / discussion

Just arrived in DC to catch an Isis show tonight. Can't wait.

Quote of the day, from an overly patriotic American sitting next to me on the Amtrak train:

"does Canada use the Euro or just regular American money?"

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WOVENHAND to open for 7 shows on the tour

http://www.myspace.com/wovenhand
Interesting--anyone ever heard of them or seen them live?
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Already bought tickets, so that isn't a problem. Thanks though.
Also in regards to your earlier question: GO!

Sometimes a trip by yourself is very refreshing. I had a friend back out of going to see Mastodon in NOLA last year, and I skeptically went by myself and had an awesome time. Actually probably better than if he'd gone with me.
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i listened to all of that bands music that they have on myspace and i think that they have the potential to be very good live. now i guess its time to go on youtube and find some live videos of them ;)
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looks like red rocks gets 2 different openers? wovenhand says there last day is the 28th?
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Interesting--anyone ever heard of them or seen them live?
Yes. Wovenhand is a very interesting choice. They are similar to Tool in the way that they employ a strong overarching tonic. Though, they are very dissimilar in that their music is primarily folk-alternative rock.

This choice is also interesting because of their "Pro-God" (almost religious, but more spiritual) leanings.

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The choice of Wovenhand did surprise me especially because of their religious overtones, but David Eugene Edwards is a showman in every sense of the word. 16 Horsepower would have been a cool Tool opener, but Wovenhand is much more spiritual and a little more down tempo. Should be interesting nonetheless, hopefully all the douche bag metalheads at Red Rocks won't be boo'ing them off the stage
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Also in regards to your earlier question: GO!

Sometimes a trip by yourself is very refreshing. I had a friend back out of going to see Mastodon in NOLA last year, and I skeptically went by myself and had an awesome time. Actually probably better than if he'd gone with me.
That's exactly what I'm doing - going with the wife and friends to SF on Jul 12, then by myself to Vegas for four days, culminating with TOOL on Jul 16 at PH.
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Just arrived in DC to catch an Isis show tonight. Can't wait.

Quote of the day, from an overly patriotic American sitting next to me on the Amtrak train:

"does Canada use the Euro or just regular American money?"

LOL.
Yeah...sorry about them.

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The choice of Wovenhand did surprise me especially because of their religious overtones, but David Eugene Edwards is a showman in every sense of the word.
I don't know anything about them, but yes, that would be surprising. Especially if they opened with Opiate...
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Just arrived in DC to catch an Isis show tonight. Can't wait.

Quote of the day, from an overly patriotic American sitting next to me on the Amtrak train:

"does Canada use the Euro or just regular American money?"

LOL.
Haha man, we are fuckin' doomed as a country.
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Haha man, we are fuckin' doomed as a country.
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looks like red rocks gets 2 different openers? wovenhand says there last day is the 28th?
If this is the truth that is sweet! Makes the Red Rocks shows even better for me if I get to see two different sets, from an opening act that is...still don't give a shit if TooL plays the exact same set-list two nigths in a row because I'm getting to see TooL at the most majestic venue East of the Sierra Nevadas *tips his hat to The Gorge in WA!* Its a Colorado TooL fan's dream come true just to be able to see them again at the Rocks.
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FYI From Alkaline Trio's Twiiter

Ashes Divide (feat. Billy Howerdel of APC) playing viper room - LA tonight w special guests inc. Maynard James Keenan! come one, come all!
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maynard said on his twitter that'd be hard to do since he's in NOLA
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"to be an artist is to be a liar." --mjk's twitter

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http://twitter.com/invadered7/status/16368763547
http://twitter.com/mjkeenan/status/16369028982

@mjkeenan you lied to us! you said you were in NO
@invadered7 to be an artist is to be a liar

Hehe... I'll stop twatterspamming now. But I want video!
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Anyone want to swap tickets for the san diego show for the san fran one. i have 2 spare standing GA tix to the san fran show, so if anyone wants them ill do a swap for tickets to san diego. im travelling from australia for the show so i figure i may as well stick around for san diego too. im going to the san fran show myself anyway so swap will be easy. Please email wesp82@yahoo.ie. By the way san fran tickets cost me 120 bucks each (fuckin ticket company charges etc.) so you will be getting a good deal, if u want to go to san fran and sandiego tickets cost u less. (dont think they are even on sale yet.
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^ Well that's a long flight for a show...

Then again, IT'S TOOL.
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This has probably been addressed in the past, but I don't recall...
Is there any significance to some of the cities in the tour list of the official site written in all caps versus standard punctuation? Notice that Denver is both on consecutive nights???
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Anyone want to swap tickets for the san diego show for the san fran one. i have 2 spare standing GA tix to the san fran show, so if anyone wants them ill do a swap for tickets to san diego. im travelling from australia for the show so i figure i may as well stick around for san diego too. im going to the san fran show myself anyway so swap will be easy. Please email wesp82@yahoo.ie. By the way san fran tickets cost me 120 bucks each (fuckin ticket company charges etc.) so you will be getting a good deal, if u want to go to san fran and sandiego tickets cost u less. (dont think they are even on sale yet.

This guy pushed me over the edge. If he can fly from Australia to the US to see some shows, I can surely fly from Indy to Vegas! So I booked the flight and the room. I'll be there from Thursday evening (the 15th) through Monday morning (the 19th). Since it seems some others also will be solo, maybe we can get together at some point.
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The choice of Wovenhand did surprise me especially because of their religious overtones, but David Eugene Edwards is a showman in every sense of the word. 16 Horsepower would have been a cool Tool opener, but Wovenhand is much more spiritual and a little more down tempo. Should be interesting nonetheless, hopefully all the douche bag metalheads at Red Rocks won't be boo'ing them off the stage
Well, "spirituality" is a complex thing. Much of Tool's music is fairly spiritual, especially Lateralus. Just because you address "God" and even Jesus if you want to stretch it, doesn't mean your music is "religious" and/or in conflict with a band like Tool.
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This has probably been addressed in the past, but I don't recall...
Is there any significance to some of the cities in the tour list of the official site written in all caps versus standard punctuation? Notice that Denver is both on consecutive nights???
i wouldnt over think something like that. the last tour has different caps on different nights too but we all know that every show was the same other than the first few cities not getting Ænema
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i wouldnt over think something like that. the last tour has different caps on different nights too but we all know that every show was the same other than the first few cities not getting Ænema
I understand the setlist situation (Has that topic really been discussed here lately?, I don't recall), but Blair doesn't do things like that unintentionally. There is a reason......
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Well, "spirituality" is a complex thing. Much of Tool's music is fairly spiritual, especially Lateralus. Just because you address "God" and even Jesus if you want to stretch it, doesn't mean your music is "religious" and/or in conflict with a band like Tool.
Except that Wovenhand is signed to a family-oriented record label, and they promote several Christian ministries through their various web pages (Myspace, etc.) So not only do they reference religion, they apparently advocate Christianity.

This is perfectly fine with me; I'm a strong Christian. I'm glad Tool does not discriminate against certain groups just because they are grounded in Christianity or another religion...yet more proof that all four of them are true, open-minded artists.
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I've been listening to Woven Hand on youtube and I gotta say this is my favorite opener for Tool yet. I'm definitely gonna need to pick up some of their albums.
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I've been listening to Woven Hand on youtube and I gotta say this is my favorite opener for Tool yet. I'm definitely gonna need to pick up some of their albums.
Mosaic - I think its the album that Tool fans would likely appreciate the most.
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Except that Wovenhand is signed to a family-oriented record label, and they promote several Christian ministries through their various web pages (Myspace, etc.) So not only do they reference religion, they apparently advocate Christianity.

This is perfectly fine with me; I'm a strong Christian. I'm glad Tool does not discriminate against certain groups just because they are grounded in Christianity or another religion...yet more proof that all four of them are true, open-minded artists.
Well... there you go. I didn't dig that deep. Interesting.
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I'm pleasantly surprised by the reaction Wovenhand has received by some Tool fans. They're not for everyone, but I was expecting most people to dislike them. My Ex GF of 5yrs listened to Country music (the kind on the radio) so I was determined to find some GOOD "Country". Finally I found some alt-country like 16 Horsepower, Drag the River, The Takers, and Wovenhand and proved (to myself) that there HAD to be some dudes out there playing with meaning. Radio country is worse than radio rap these days.

Now I'm really excited for Red Rocks night 1! I'm hoping for some good weather, Colorado can be a little unpredictable.
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this here is some non-religion, pro-drugs country ive been listenin to

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3j0B...eature=related

they'd be a great opener!
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if you like them you should go see some blue grass festivals. or fiddler competitions. usually a couple bands like that.
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actually, i just got back a few days ago from the kerrville folk festival. ive had my fill for a while.
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i'll be posting the new orleans setlist as it happens into the new orleans review thread, just so you know!
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I saw Isis in DC last night.
Spent some time hanging out with aaron harris before the show. Nice guy.
Got ridiculously drunk and almost arrested because I forgot hotel name and could barely walk. Woke up this morning to find pictures on my iPhone with me and Aaron turner (Isis vocalist). Yet I don't remember anything. LOL.

In Philly now for Isis again. Think this hangover will be gone soon. wow what an intense 24 hours it has been. NOLA tomorrow!

I'll post pics with Isis members later. They're hillarious. I was so wasted.
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That's awesome kanaduh! I can't wait to hear all about it.

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Thanks!!!! I will most definitely be here checking it out.
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as long as i have an internet signal, i should say. no name, maybe you should pm me your number incase you have to relay. i promise im not a creeper.
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good thing sadsummer. i was expecting to have to wait until sunday or late saturday night to see the set list :)
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