Tool fans have been waiting patiently as their favorite band works on the highly-anticipated follow up album to 10,000 Days (2006). Tool has toured very infrequently over the last few years, though they did play a handful of performance in 2016. It seems that they’ll continue that trend with more scattered performances in 2017, according to a report from the reputable source, Consequence of Sound.CoS is reporting that Tool will be among the headliners for this year’s Governors Ball Music Festival, which is set to take place in New York, NY from June 2nd through the 4th. This would be Tool’s first New York performance in 11 years! Consequence of Sound also has a great track record for reporting information before it is released, as they correctly predicted LCD Soundsystem’s reunion and many major festival headliners over the last few years.Despite all of that, Governors Ball is keeping their lips sealed on the subject. Their only response to these reports: “The full Governors Ball lineup will be announced early next year, at which point tickets will also go on sale.”If Tool does headline at Governors Ball, this of course raises questions about the band’s future plans. Will they be releasing the new album next year? Will there be more tour dates? While this remains to be seen, we’re very optimistic about this exciting news!
17 Arbour St, Sherwood sold in under five hours.A stunning six-bedroom riverside home at Sherwood has sold for more than $3 million in under five hours.The property at 17 Arbour St, is a street record, selling for $3,050,000. What a view at 17 Arbour St, Sherwood.The previous street record was $1.91 million, according to NGU Real Estate selling agents Emil Juresic and Leo Liu, who sold the home recently to a Chinese buyer.“We really smashed the record here,” Mr Juresic said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus13 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market13 hours ago“It was a cash contract, no conditions.“Something like this in Ascot would sell for $25 million”.Mr Juresic said the new residents lived in Brisbane and owned a business.He said the couple who built the home had done an incredible job.“It’s one of the most well designed homes I have seen,” Mr Juresic said. 17 Arbour St, Sherwood.According to CoreLogic data, the current median house price in Sherwood is $870,000.Mr Juresic said there he had five private inspections in 24 hours.The home, known as Riviera, is on a 858sq m block, and features a wine cellar, large in-ground swimming pool, butler’s pantry and secure yard.