Tool have finally started sharing their music on music streaming platforms.. The elusive rockers have uploaded 72826, their demo tape from 1991.
‘72826’ is available all of the major streaming services — Apple Music, Google Play, Pandora and YouTube with the exception of Spotify.
The tape comprises of six tracks, “Hush,” “Crawl Away,” “Sober,” “Jerk-Off” and live versions of “Cold and Ugly” and “Part of Me.”
According to UCR, “Sober” became their breakthrough tracks when the song included on their 1993 debut album Undertow secured No. 13 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock chart.
After more than a decade, the rockers are finally about to drop the follow-up to 2006’s 10,000 Days. It’s arriving on Aug. 30th.
However, the title, artwork track listing are yet to be revealed. The band have premiered two songs live. “Descending” and “Invincible,” were performed at the opening night of their two-week tour of the U.S. in May.
Maynard James Keenan has told reporters in the past that he blames his bandmates for the epic delay to the new album.
According to UCR, it took “11 years of begging” for him to finally get the instrumental tracks from the band that he could complete his lyrics and melodies.
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