A Perfect Circle
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A Perfect Circle Biography
Formed by Tool vocalist Maynard James Keenan and former Tool
guitar tech Billy Howerdel, A Perfect Circle is an extension of the
alt-metal-fused-with-art rock style popularized by Tool in the early to
mid-'90s. While similar to Tool in intensity and melancholy, A Perfect
Circle is less dark and more melodic, with a theatrical, ambient
quality that incorporates occasional strings and unusual
After the release of �nima in 1996, Tool found themselves in the midst
of an extended legal battle with former label Freeworld Entertainment.
When the dust settled two years later, the band reached a 50/50 joint
venture agreement for future recordings and, feeling a little burned
out, decided to take some time off. It was at this point that Keenan
joined up with Howerdel and Paz Lenchantin to form A Perfect Circle.
Keenan had met Howerdel in 1992 when Tool opened for Fishbone. Howerdel
had been Fishbone's tech at the time and had played Keenan a few of his
songs. Keenan was impressed and the two talked of collaborating in the
future. However, the opportunity didn't present itself until after the
Freeworld settlement. With Keenan on vocals, Howerdel on guitar, and
Lenchantin on bass, the trio recruited ex-Failure and Enemy member Troy
Van Leeuwen on guitar and ex-Vandals and Guns N' Roses member Josh
Freese on drums.
The quintet rehearsed together but didn't announce the formation of a
new band until performing for the first time on August 15, 1999, at a
benefit concert at the Viper Room in Los Angeles. Howerdel, who had
been composing songs for years, as well as working with bands such as
the Smashing Pumpkins and Nine Inch Nails, became the band's chief
songwriter and producer. A Perfect Circle released their debut album,
Mer de Noms, in 2000. Thirteenth Step followed in 2003, and the covers
album Emotive appeared in 2004. ~ Tracy Frey, All Music Guide
Written by Tracy Frey