Grammy-winning band Tool release their discography on streaming platforms
Among speculations about the release of Tool’s fifth album named Fear Inoculum, the band has decided to release all their previous material on digital and streaming platforms.
All four studio LPs—Undertow, Ænima, Lateralus and 10,000 Days— and the act’s 1992 debut EP, Opiate, are no available online.
Tool has been a project which has kept themselves away from selling their music on platforms like Apple Music and Spotify. But, both services created profiles for the acts with their pictures in May and are currently streaming all their albums. There is also a top 20 tracklist involving their most popular songs.
After much anticipation, the band’s fifth album is touted to be released on August 30, 13 years after their last LP, 10,000 Days.