According to LiveNation.co.uk, TOOL will play two shows in London, England at the end of August. The band is scheduled to perform at the Carling Academy Brixton on August 21-22.
The band, last witnessed in the U.K. in May 2006 when they played two sold-out nights at London's Apollo Theatre, are rumored to be taking part in the the U.K.'s Reading and Leeds festivals, which are slated for August 24-26.
TOOL recently announced more rescheduled dates for its spring U.S. tour, which was postponed from its original mid-March start after drummer Danny Carey tore a bicep while picking up his dog at home. Nearly 40 shows have been confirmed so far, including a co-headlining appearance at Manchester, Tennessee's Bonnaroo Festival in mid-June.
According to Billboard.com, singer Maynard James Keenan has been working during TOOL's unexpected break on new music from his side project PUSCIFER. Keenan revealed at his MySpace page that AUDIOSLAVE/RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE bassist Tim Commerford and drummer Brad Wilk have played on the tracks, along with ex-PRIMUS and A PERFECT CIRCLE drummer Tim Alexander.
TOOL is continuing to support its latest album, "10,000 Days", and current single, "Jambi".
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