Under The Wing: How Tool Embraced Their Vulnerability On 10,000 Days

It is perhaps to state the obvious that each new Tool album has an unenviable task when it comes to managing the burden of expectation. Following 1996’s magnificent Ænima, for example, was never going to be a breeze. Still, even by their own lofty standards, the job at hand when it came to Tool recording 10,000 Days was downright formidable. In 2001, the group had made an artistic breakthroug...

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