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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Not a bad song but I think it's just been too long for me. I guess I outgrew Tool.

    This sounds like a Lateralus B-side.
    It's better than anything off god awful 10,000 Days. That sounded like A Perfect Circle trying to be Meshuggah.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noodles View Post
    It's better than anything off god awful 10,000 Days. That sounded like A Perfect Circle trying to be Meshuggah.
    While that album was underwhelming especially from the 2 albums before it, Vicarious rocks pretty damn hard. It does take a nosedive afterwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bloody_Inferno View Post
    While that album was underwhelming especially form the 2 albums before it, Vicarious rocks pretty damn hard. It does take a nosedive afterwards.
    Literally the only song worth listening to.

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    I own every single Tool album and EP released so far except 10,000 days (which isn't a lot, really, especially compared to bands that have been around as long as they have and put out 15 or 20 albums). I guess I just didn't really care for the songs I heard before and when it came out. If they had come out with this album two years after that, I would definitely be more interested (especially considering how much I listened to Aenima and Lateralus), but it's 2019. Unless it's mindblowingly amazing, I probably won't buy it.

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    I think the real question we're supposed to be asking as what kind of coded meaning does 10:22 runtime mean?
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    I enjoyed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy View Post
    I think the real question we're supposed to be asking as what kind of coded meaning does 10:22 runtime mean?
    Well, it's 2 less than 1024, which is 1MB. If you divide one megabyte by 2 you get 512. This is Tool's 5th full length, and it's been 13 years since their last album. So, clearly Tool is telling us that there has been a time travel paradox and the space-time continuum has broken, as this album actually came out last summer, 12 years after 10,000 Days was released.
    "They can kill you, but the legalities of eating you are a bit dicier." - David Foster Wallace

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    Came to shitpost, but I am genuinely interested in hearing some new music from them. I'm expecting very little, as my Tool tastes grew tired with Lateralus, which I found too prophetic, and not kick-ass riffy enough. Opiate, Undertow, and Aenima still get regular play, and I just pretend they retired after that

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