American rock band A Perfect Circle have returned from a self-imposed five-year hiatus to embark on a U.S. tour this autumn (10).
The band, led by Tool singer Maynard James Keenan and guitarist Billy Howerdel, announced its hiatus in 2005.
Keenan focused on Tool and worked on developing his Arizona wine company, while Howerdel went on to form rock group Ashes Divide.
But now the pair is partnering up once again, for a five-city tour in Arizona, Washington, Nevada and California.
In each city the band will perform one of its three albums in its entirety.
Dates are expected to be announced shortly, reports Blabbermouth.net.
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