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TOOL release title track, Fear Inoculum ahead of album release on August 30

August 7, 2019

 

Last night TOOL released their first taste and details of their new highly anticipated album FEAR INOCULUM.
After many years of fans holding their breath for new music from the progressive rock legends, it seems that the reality has sunk in that the world will indeed get a new record on August 30 and social media was set on fire from excited fans all over the world!

Check out the new single here:

Continuing their affinity for pushing the boundaries of physical packaging, the GRAMMY Award® winning outfit has created a deluxe, limited-edition CD version of Fear Inoculum. The collectible offering, which was conceived by and directed by Adam Jones, features a 4” HD rechargeable screen with exclusive video footage, charging cable, 2 watt speaker, a 36-page booklet and a digital download card. Pre-orders for both the special package and digital downloads are available now. A vinyl release will be announced soon.
 

PRE-ORDER FEAR INOCULUM HERE


The 85-minute collection was produced by TOOL, with Joe Barresi engineering and mixing the release. Barresi also worked with the band on 10,000 Days.

The song stream and pre-order news arrives as the Los Angeles band recently made several of their previous releases, Opiate, Undertow, Ænima, Lateralus and 10,000 Days, available for the first time on digital service providers. The releases racked up over 20 million streams in the first 48 hours of release, as well as quickly claiming five spots on iTunes’ Top 10 Albums chart.

TOOL’S FEAR INOCULUM ARRIVES AUG. 30 VIA RCA RECORDS

PHOTO CREDIT: TRAVIS SHINN

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