On Tuesday, November 19th, Tool took their Fear Inoculum headlining tour to Brooklyn, New York's Barclay's Center, playing a massive 14-song set spanning from Opiate's short, sharp shock "Part of Me" to 2019 prog epics like "Pneuma" and "Invincible." The band's state-of-the-art production, complete with mesmerizing animated projections and trippy laser lights, amazed all comers in the sold-out house, as did the group's meticulously tight playing. In a special surprise, visionary artist and frequent Tool collaborator Alex Grey made an onstage appearance. As he was at the tour's kickoff show at Sacramento's Aftershock festival, Revolver's own creative director Jimmy Hubbard was there to catch the action — see some of his standout shots below.
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