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Tool Share ‘Fear Inoculum’ as Their First Song in 13 Years



American rock band, Tool are making a stunning comeback after 13 years of being away and while they are actually planning an album release, they have decided to drop a new song to ease us back into the Tool experience.

The music group are no doubt one of the best, or at least were one of the best when they put out songs. But the last time we got a studio material from them was in 2006 when they released “10, 000 Days” and this is an amazing one.

Over the years while they were on break as a group, they were still doing their thing individually but fans loved them better as a group and they are about to give fans what they want with the coming album and this song is a pretty good place to start.

Their new project according to them is expected to revolutionize new media. Speaking with Guitar World, Adam Jones said: “I took a picture pointing to the number seven while we were recording, and a lot of the riffs Justin [Chancellor] and I brought in were in seven. You don’t really go, ‘I’m going to write a riff in seven!’…Without being too descriptive about the concept, the main thing is that the seven beat just kept coming up, and riffs in seven kept coming up. It was really weird!”

“10, 000 Days” released in 2006 was their fourth studio album and this coming one will be the fifth and promises to be more. It’s a topnotch return for them too and starting with this song, fans will be delighted to have them back, making the kind of music they love.