All Of Tool’s Albums Re-Enter The Top 20 On The Billboard 200 Chart

Tool finally released their music in digital/streaming outlets earlier this month and it has had significant impact on the charts. All of the band’s albums have re-entered the top 20 on the Billboard 200 chart with “Ænima” hitting #10, “Lateralus” hitting #16, “10,000 Days” hitting #18, and “Undertow” hitting #19. On top of that, their debut EP “Opiate” also hit #59 on the chart. Furthermore, Billboard are also reporting that the title track of the group’s new album “Fear Inoculum” (out August 30) has entered the Billboard Hot 100 at #93, making it the longest track to ever enter the chart.

Tool’s Music Is Now Officially Available On Digital & Streaming Services

As promised, Tool’s music has finally arrived on digital and streaming services. You can find “Opiate,“ “Undertow,“ “Ænima,“ “Lateralus,” and “10,000 Days“ on the service of your choice HERE. This news comes as the band are preparing to release their new album “Fear Inoculum” on August 30.

Tool Reportedly Plan To Release A New Video This Year

Danny Carey keeps saying Tool’s new album will be released in 2018, but even if it doesn’t happen, fans can still expect a new video release this year. Visual effects artist, etc. Dominic Hailstone (‘Alien: Covenant‘, etc.) was recently interviewed by and said he worked on a new Tool video that should be out this year. It is assumed that he is referring to a clip for the new version of “Opiate”, which Adam Jones previously revealed Hailstone worked on.

Hailstone said the following when asked what his favorite project has been:

“A video for Tool that should be coming out later this year. Adam Jones gave me complete artistic freedom so the only constraint was the budget, we had a lot of fun figuring that out. Other than that Alien Covenant as I was working with friends I hadn’t seen in over 15 years. That was special.”

As previously reported, Maynard James Keenan said Tool’s new album won’t be released this summer, but Jones has confirmed the music is done for the effort, so a 2018 release is still possible.

[via The PRP]

Tool Recorded A New Version “Opiate”

Tool have recorded a new version of the title track of their 1992 EP “Opiate.” Guitarist Adam Jones confirmed the news in the below Instagram post, and also revealed that a video was made for it as well.

[via The PRP]