Jonathan Mcnamara

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    A Perfect Circle Play First Shows in 6 Years

    After a six-year hiatus, followed by random hints and cryptic tweets about when they might tour again, A Perfect Circle left fans with a new question to ponder in the wake of three consecutive nights in Tempe, Arizona: Are they really back? If so, it would seem the band conceived by Billy Howerdel and fronted by Tool/Puscifer singer Maynard James Keenan (albeit 40 feet back from the front of the stage) has adopted a wait-and-see attitude toward their own return, with this five-city tour being the first in a series of baby steps toward a full-on resurrection. In Tempe, as in each city on the trek, the band played three nights, with each show featuring a performance of one of the band's three albums, in its entirety, beginning with Mer de Noms, A Perfect Circle's record-breaking debut, and followed by Thirteenth Step and eMOTIVe, with almost no deviation from the recorded version.

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