In support of Eat The Elephant their first album release in fourteen years, prog rock megastars A Perfect Circle have unveiled a huge live show that will come to Manchester this winter.
The riff toting outfit first formed in 1999 when Tool vocalist Maynard James Keenan, offered to sing on material that then-guitar tech Billy Howerdel had been writing for his own musical project.
The two of them hooked up with a rotating roster of musicians, recorded and released two platinum selling albums in the US; Mer de Noms in 2000, Thirteenth Step in 2003, and a third studio album Emotive, a collection of politically-themed cover songs to coincide with 2004 U.S. Presidential Elections.
Shortly after its release, without any touring in support of the album, the band entered a hiatus in 2005 and it's been that way up until this year and the rlease of album number four Eat The Elephant. With limited live dates since the early '00s, the band's Manchester show will be a must see affair, and you can find A Perfect Circle Manchester tickets below from 10am on Wednesday 25th April.