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    New Tool album title & release date!


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    Will buy

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    Buy! Buy! Send more money!

    Anything with Danny Carey on it is at least worth a listen.
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    The album's title track. Sounds like TOOL ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


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    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.

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    I have to hear the rest but it is what it has to be, a TOOL song. I can see it two ways, one is that when its been so long there will be newer fans that have not heard so much of their music that find it fresh and cool. Others, like many of us, have heard it before so its like Chris said, like stuff from the last album. In the past I have told my non-musician friends who want a new album from their fav bands every 2-3 years, to understand that as a group of people a band will only have so many great things to give. We want artists to give us that feeling we got "back in the day" but we have usually got all the variety they can give, new stuff can be just as cool but we are used to it so it just may not give us that same feeling as past things.

    I think fans will dig it as well as new listeners, and others will see its repitition and say ahhh no thanks. Either way its good to see them finally put it out.
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    Is it just me or are the last 20 seconds pretty sloppy?

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