Notice: Site Maintenance

Notice: Site Maintenance

It’s a quiet Saturday afternoon here in Australia, and the Adelaide Crows are currently getting a touch up in the AFL game today, so I thought I’d take the opportunity to play around with the Fourtheye theme today (and possibly over the course of the weekend depending on how it goes). The good news is at this point the site shouldn’t go down, so all the info you rabid Tool… Read More »Notice: Site Maintenance
Adam Jones hints at Gibson Custom

Adam Jones hints at Gibson Custom

While a bunch of Tool fans were inexplicably getting bent out of shape of the lack of a post regarding an almost 20 year old album, Adam Jones posted some interesting guitar related news on Instagram: It’s hard to be sure, but it sound like Adam will be getting some kind of custom axe from Gibson, and it would be easy to assume that it’d be Silverburst in nature. Does… Read More »Adam Jones hints at Gibson Custom

Tool unveil new logo

Some of you might know that Tool have an official Instagram account, and a few hours ago via that account some new artwork was revealed, which I expect is the new Tool logo for their upcoming album. Here it is: There have been some mixed responses to the logo in the forum and other social media, including the inevitable poop jokes, but I don’t mind it! Hopefully we’ll see some… Read More »Tool unveil new logo

Tool demo on streaming services?

Greetings from Indonesia Fourtheye readers. A few days ago Tool’s first demo 72826 appeared on streaming services such as Google Play Music and Apple Music. In the meantime there have been reports of it disappearing from some sites too. It’s unclear at this point if it’s a formal release, or even a permanent one so your mileage may vary depending on things like your region and chakra alignment. Other Tool… Read More »Tool demo on streaming services?
Tool June 2019 Newsletter

Tool June 2019 Newsletter

The latest iteration of the Tool newsletter is out, and this month Blair recounts the tale of the band visiting CERN in Switzerland whilst on tour in Europe: Even though some of the CERN workers are Tool enthusiasts (and pose for photos while raising the horns) this doesn’t change my mind as to the true purpose of the LHC. And, besides, its currently down for maintenance (?), so no instantaneous… Read More »Tool June 2019 Newsletter
Chet Zar – The Administrators Down Under

Chet Zar – The Administrators Down Under

Tool collaborator Chet Zar will have some of his work on display in the Bien Art Gallery in Brunswick, Victoria from mid July: OPENING NIGHT: Saturday, July 13, from 6–9 pm. Free entry. This exhibition will be on view from July 14 to August 4, concurrently with Dark Art 2019. This show depicts a new class of beings in Dy5topia, the alternate dystopian reality that serves as the setting for… Read More »Chet Zar – The Administrators Down Under
Tool New Album Rumour File

Tool New Album Rumour File

There’s not much actual news around the new Tool album around at the moment, except for the announcement that it’s coming on August 30th. There is a bunch of rumours and speculation around the place, that in order to keep you guys (any myself) amused, I’m going to list, and then give some kind thoughts about whether I reckon it’s legit or not. Note that some of below could be… Read More »Tool New Album Rumour File
Tool May 2019 Newsletter

Tool May 2019 Newsletter

Blair has released the latest issue of the Tool Newsletter today, dropping a couple of smallish hints for deciphering, but mostly reiterating how he came to be the Tool webmaster: In the nineteen years of writing for my – er – I mean the band’s website, the hardest thing is knowing something that would constitute real band news – something positive to relay to eager fans – only being unable… Read More »Tool May 2019 Newsletter