For the first time ever and from today keen fans can enjoy the group’s music on nearly all streaming platforms.
Tool were one of a handful of established artists who maintained a long-standing refusal to have their music available on digital streaming platforms.
CoS reports that all four of Tool’s previous studio record, Undertow (1993), Ænima (1996), Lateralus (2001), and 10,000 Days from 2006 are available to be streamed digitally.
Earlier this year, Tool registered profiles on Spotify and Apple Music. Then, about a month ago, their 1991 demo tape 72826 surfaced online.
Now, their entire music catalogue is available to stream. You can enjoy it all by clicking this link here.
Tool have shared a link to enjoy their entire back catalogue from various digital service providers. In a statement, Maynard James Keenan said,
“Our obsession with, and dream of, a world where BetaMax and Laser Disc rule has ended. Time for us to move on. But never fear. There’s a brand new thing we think you’re really gonna dig. It’s called Digital Downloads and Streaming. Get ready for the future, folks!”
It’s nice to see Tool staying true to their word. In 2017, the band reportedly planned to make their back catalogue available on streaming platforms in anticipation of their new album.
This opens up opportunities for a younger generation to discover Tool, especially given the band’s music was previously only available on CD and vinyl.
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This news follows the major announcement that purveyors of sacred geometry are at last finally dropping their first new record in 13 years.
The album is titled Fear Inoculum and is due out on August 30th. It may be safe to assume their new album will be available on streaming services, joining the rest of the band’s catalogue online.
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