Fear Inoculum - TOOL

Fear Inoculum

TOOL

 Biography
  • Genre: Metal
  • Release Date: 2019-08-30
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • ℗ 2019 Tool Dissectional, L.L.C./Volcano Entertainment II, L.L.C..

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Fear Inoculum 10:20  
2
Pneuma 11:53  
3
Litanie contre la Peur 2:14  
4
Invincible 12:44  
5
Legion Inoculant 3:09  
6
Descending 13:37  
7
Culling Voices 10:05  
8
Chocolate Chip Trip 4:48  
9
7empest 15:43  
10
Mockingbeat 2:05  

Reviews

  • Truly Amazing I tell you.

    5
    By gunnyB123
    Tool never fails to disappoint! I haven’t found a single Tool song that I didn’t like. All of Tool’s songs are like a beautiful masterpiece. All in their delicate, glory full, magnificent nature. No other band can compare. Tool is my favorite. And I am so excited to see them in concert next month in Tulsa. Anyone who thinks their new album isn’t as good as their previous, well, all I can say is you can’t make everyone happy right? There’s always going to be people who aren’t impressed. But I think their new album is just as good as their others. I’ve enjoyed ALL of their albums/songs. I have become a huge dedicated Tool fan. All opinions matter, and this is mine. I hope that Tool will continue to make music for a long time. I have not been disappointed by them yet. I recommend listening to ALL of Tool’s albums from beginning to end. It’s like a mind-blowing experience that you’ll never forget in a good way. Go on, try it. Maynard James Keenan is such a talented musician. Not only is he the frontman for Tool, but also ‘A Perfect Circle’ as well as ‘Puscifer’. If you’re reading this and haven’t already heard his song “TalkTalk” by his band APC, then you should give it a listen. Very powerful song with a powerful message. - Brandon
  • Their best work

    5
    By Ear shot 598
    I’ve been listening to Tool since the first release back in the early 90s... This album takes a while and quite a few listenings to really hear it for all that it is, at first I wasn’t really getting into this album but after a couple weeks of listening I would definitely say this is their best work... it has the perfect combination of all their style and talent rolled into one album
  • After 3 weeks...

    5
    By Jhjkkhhdd12334566
    This album has only gotten better with each listen. I’ve never been one to review albums, but this masterpiece is deserving of some serious recognition. Tool has outdone themselves on every level. They have crafted melodies and riffs that span 10+ minutes of music all the while maintaining song structure and keeping the pace of the music within challenging time signatures. Justin Chancellors bass has never felt to deep and full to the ears. His riffs are the physical backbone to this wave of music. Danny Carey has undoubtedly earned his spot amongst the greatest drummers of all time with this album being some of his best work to date. Maynard is largely absent in comparison to the bands past work, but he is still balanced plentifully throughout. Most importantly, his melodies hit home with the listener. Pneuma is a great track to listen to if you truly desire to acquire a better understanding of the techniques Maynard used to craft his melodies throughout the album. In regards to Adam Jones.... put on 7empest. That’s it. You’ll be doing yourself a favor by buying this album.
  • Good.

    5
    By doodad4000
    👍🏼
  • FINALLY!!!

    5
    By GhostRider369
    🔥💥🔥💥🔥💥🔥💥🔥💥🔥💥🔥
  • Different/evolutionary, but very good

    5
    By Virtuoso1981
    I can’t stop listening to it. After the first hearing I was a bit disappointed but I’ve listened to the entire album 2-3 times a day for the past week and it is actual music which is a rarity these days. By music I mean art. I will say there is some filler(2-3 minute “songs” that I tend to skip ASAP. The 10-15 minute tracks more than make up for it.
  • Pure Art

    5
    By Fantastic Evolution
    I’d give this album 10 stars if I could. Pure, beautiful art front to back. And to still be this creative with 13 years in between albums?!?! Maynard, Justin, Paul, and Danny are gods among men. This album is a bargain at this price.
  • Just tell me which song is the good one

    5
    By 12309856722
    I don’t have the attention span to read through a hundred soliloquies on the evolution of Maynard’s prose. Which song is the slapper?
  • Worth the wait

    5
    By parabolamandy
    13 years? Yes indeed. The album is beautiful and everything one would expect to hear from tool. 7empest of course seemed like the old tool I fell in love with. It seems each song or intro comes from a different era of tools albums.
  • So close to being good

    3
    By ViciousCrack3r
    Listen, I have been a Tool fan since 91 and I have to say I am less than thrilled. This album sounds rushed, almost like these are tracks that didn’t make it onto Lateralus and 10,000 Days. The vocals are dismissible, when I’m used to being crushed by Maynard with the perfectly timed accompanying crescendo behind him. You can hear all the familiar “pieces” to Tool songs in here, but almost regurgitated. Carey is technically magnificent but there is something missing. The diminished chords and progression are there, the ambient muted guitar swells and punishing tom and cymbal work culminating with the hanging power chord to cymbal rides are there as well. It just feels like after 13 years, I was hoping to hear and feel the bands maturity and creativity levels breathing life into these tracks. The album isn’t bad it’s just, typical. Expected. It sounds exactly how you think it should. For me, there is something lost in its predictability. 3/5

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