After a long wait of 13 years, Tool has released a new song “Fear Inoculum.” This is the title track from the 10,000 days follow-up.
The first song from tool’s new album and the band’s first studio material in 13 years is here. The 10-minute epic song is the title track from their previously announced upcoming album, which is due out on August 30. Fear Inoculum is centered on middle-eastern drum patterns and a beautiful vocal performance from Maynard James Keenan. The song is about a rejection of fear and negativity from outside sources.
Release of “fear inoculum.”
To prepare for the release of fear inoculum, Tool also made their catalog available on streaming services for the first time ever this month. It also provides fans access to their four studio albums. 1993’s undertow, 1996’s Aenima, 2001’s Lateralus, 10,000 days and 1992’s opiate EP.
Fear Inoculum is being released in a deluxe version along with standard digital and CD versions. The package will include a 4-inch rechargeable HD screen that plays exclusive video footage, a 2-watt speaker, and a 36-page booklet and a digital download card.
Lead singer Maynard Keenan has something to say:
Recently in a new revolver cover story, lead singer Keenan discussed the themes on the album. “I feel like this is wisdom through age, through experience.” he said, “learning from your successes. So if anything is a broad stroke of this album, it would be embracing where we are right now, acknowledging where we’ve come from and some of the things we’ve grown through. ”
Fear Inoculum will arrive on August 30, bringing 85 minutes of new music through seven songs in addition to two transitory tracks. So just go and listen to musical beats of “fear Inoculum” and feel the emotions involved in the music.