Rock act Tool will break a five-year silence on May 2 with its next Volcano album, "10,000 Days." No other details have yet been revealed about the project, which is the follow-up to 2001's "Lateralus

Rock act Tool will break a five-year silence on May 2 with its next Volcano album, "10,000 Days." No other details have yet been revealed about the project, which is the follow-up to 2001's "Lateralus." That set debuted at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 2.3 million copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

As previously reported, Tool will play its first U.S. show since late 2002 when it headlines the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival on April 30 in Indio, Calif. No other U.S. dates have been confirmed.

Afterward, Tool will spend the first portion of the summer playing the European festival circuit, with dates on tap through July 9 at Finland's Turku Festival.

Here are Tool's tour dates:

May 26: Lisbon (Parque Tejo)
May 27: Madrid (Festimad)
Mat 29: Barcelona (Razzmatazz)
May 30: Villeurbanne, France (Transbordeur)
May 31: Luxembourg (Rockhal)
June 2: Nurburgring, Germany (Rock am Ring)
June 3: Nuremberg, Germany (Rock im Park)
June 4: Landgraaf, Holland (Pink Pop Festival)
June 5: Hamburg (Sporthalle)
June 7: Berlin (Columbiahalle)
June 8: Dusseldorf, Germany (Phillipshalle)
June 9: Donington, England (Download Festival)
June 17: Nickelsdorf, Austria (Nova Rock Festival)
June 19: Milan (Filaforum)
June 21: Rome (Foro Italico Center)
June 22: Bologna, Italy (L.R. Arena)
June 24: Katowice, Poland (Spodek)
June 25: Prage (T-Mobile Arena)
June 28: Paris (Le Zenith)
June 29: Werchter, Belgium (Rock Werchter Festival)
July 1: Roskilde, Denmark (Roskilde Festival)
July 4: Kristiansand, Norway (Quart Festival)
July 7: Gothenburg, Sweden (Metal Town Festival)
July 9: Turku, Finland (Turku Festival)