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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.— Changing forms of organic life adorned a gigantic screen as Maynard James Keenan sang songs about how humanity needs to grow together.
On a chilly, bustling night in downtown Indianapolis, Bankers Life Fieldhouse was packed up as fans came to see their favorite band on tour with a new album for the first time in 13 years.
Seasoned veterans were sitting next to the attendees, seeing Tool for the first time, and the enthusiasm was contagious.
Killing Joke lit up the crowd with their trademark post-punk style and tribal sounds, with cuts including the 2003 anti-war anthems "Full Invasion" and "Seeing Red," and old-school songs including "Complications" and "The Wait."