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Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by CDesperado, Aug 30, 2019.
Fear Inoculum has been released, finally.
It is awesome. Carry on.
As has all of Tool’s music on streaming services.
I love all of their music as well as his other bands. I've been to his wine cellar(Caduceus Cellars/Merkin Vineyards) in Jerome several times to buy wine for the wife. It makes for a nice bike ride. I take the Busa and head up through the windy twisty roads and have a nice spirited day of riding. Tool will be here in Az in October but I can't bring myself to spend almost $200 for 2 nose bleed tickets no matter who it is.
I would love to try some of his wine, how is it?
I've been listening to a few of the new songs on YouTube this morning...
Mind altering lyrics and drums.
After over a decade's wait... It's exactly what I would expect from TOOL in every respect.
7empest is near the top of my Tool list after only hearing it once.
I am not a fan of wine so I can't really give you an honest answer. My wife however will drink that wine right up before any other wine she has if that says anything. And it isn't very expensive either.
I don’t like wine particularly either however he puts so much attention to detail in his music I figure his wine is also eloquently crafted.
Thanks for the heads up CDesperado,
Tool has been a favorite since I first heard Undertow/Opiate/Aenima but I had no idea they were working on something new. I loved all of their early music as well as the super cool music videos that used to run on MTV back in the 90's. - I just called Fear Inoculum up on youtube and have it going now. - Very impressed and sounds extremely "Tool-esque", very melodic and true to their roots. Currently on Pneuma which is just good musical jams...., I am glad they didn't change anything to what the mainstream would have you believe is audible these days. Guess I'll go out tomorrow and buy a few copies for me and my eldest daughter.