Watch Tool Play “Swamp Song” Live For The First Time Since 2007

During Tool’s November 18 show at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA, the band played “Swamp Song” live for the first time since 2007. Despite the band‘s strict no filming policy, a number of fans managed to capture footage of the performance, which you can see below. This news comes after Tool recently performed “Merkaba” live for the first time in 17 years. However, footage of that track doesn’t appear to be available.

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.