TOOL Guitarist Proposes To Girlfriend At 'WWE Royal Rumble' (Video)

TOOL guitarist Adam Jones proposed to his girlfriend Korin at last night's (Sunday, January 27) WWE Royal Rumble pay-per-view event.

Video footage of the proposal can be seen at WWE.com.

Jones is said to be an avid WWE fan who performed "The Star-Spangled Banner" in August 2011 at WWE's SummerSlam pay-per-view event.

TOOL is confirmed to play the Japanese edition of Ozzfest in May and is said to be working on music for a new studio album.

TOOL's last CD, "10,000 Days", came out in 2006.

Since that time the band has toured intermittently almost every year, while vocalist Maynard James Keenan has spent the bulk of his time tending to his Arizona vineyard business and writing and recording two albums with PUSCIFER.

Photo below: WWE.com

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