Album Review: Tool – Fear Inocolum

That’s it, then. It’s here – now what? Not having a new Tool album has sort of become the status quo, hasn’t it? The very absence itself is the long-standing reality of things, an ongoing semi-joke rooted in an unmoving truth that they were working on what was effectively Schrödinger’s album – a piece both existent and not, eternally suspended in the aspic of being apparently nearly complete, but ...

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