The prog rockers had been among the many many paying homage to the late drumming legend, who died final week.
The rock world continues to be reeling from the information that Rush drummer Neil Peart misplaced his battle with mind most cancers final Tuesday at age 67. While tributes proceed to pour in, some of the important hyperlinks to Peart’s reminiscence could possibly be discovered on Friday evening (Jan. 10) on the first 2020 present on Tool’s Fear Inoculum tour, when drummer Danny Carey took a couple of minutes to carry out a drum solo model of the Inoculum track “Chocolate Chip Trip” whereas an image of him with Peart was displayed on the display screen behind him.
The band, whose twisty, baroque albums bear the apparent imprint of Rush’s affect, additionally reportedly performed a short cowl of 1976’s “A Passage to Bangkok” from Rush’s iconic 2112 album on the Viejas Arena present in San Diego and walked off stage to the strains of 2112. Peart died final week following a battle with an aggressive kind of mind most cancers known as glioblastoma.
Peart and Carrey joined Police drummer Stewart Copeland for the high-spirited jam session “A Little More Noise,” in 2015. Tributes to Peart have been pouring in all weekend, together with from the Foo Fighters, Styx’s Todd Sucherman, Kenny Aronoff, Judas Priest’s Scott Travis, Triumph’s Gil Moore, longtime buddy Mike Portnoy and dozens of different well-known admirers.
Watch video of Tool’s Peart tribute under.