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This Is The Setlist From The First Night Of Tool’s European Tour

Tool return to Europe to unleash one hell of a setlist!

Last night (June 2) in Berlin, Germany, progressive-metal titans Tool made their return to the arenas of Europe, having not visited the continent since 2007 following the release of 10,000 Days.

But now, with that long-awaited fifth album apparently on the horizon, Maynard James Keenan and his genre-bending comrades have made their way across the Atlantic for a summer of arena shows and festivals – starting yesterday at the 17,000 capacity Mercedes-Benz Arena in Berlin, Germany.

Picking tracks from each of their previous records, Tool also gave the first European airing of as-yet-unreleased tracks Descending and Invincible, after debuting them at Welcome To Rockville in Florida last month.

Here’s what Tool treated Berlin to last night.

Tool’s setlist from Berlin

1. Ænema
2. The Pot
3. Parabol
4. Parabola
5. Descending
6. Schism
7. Invincible
8. Intolerance
9. Jambi
10. Forty Six & 2
11. CCTrip
12. Vicarious
13. (-) Ions
14. Stinkfist (extended)

The band are touring Europe throughout June, including a headline set at Download festival in the UK, which will be their first appearance at the festival since 2006. Get your tickets now.

To get you in the mood for what’s in store, here’s some snippets from last night on social media.

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Berlin! 📸 @ravenholmwacht

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Posted on June 3rd 2019, 12:15p.m.
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