Tool release first new music in 13 years – ‘Fear Inoculum’ title track now available James Stokes August 7, 2019 Music, News 162 Yes, really. The ten-minute title track for Fear Inoculum, due out August 30th, sounds exactly as you’d hope it would. Danny Carey’s drumming, Justin Chancellor’s bass, Adam Jones’ guitar and Maynard James Keenan’s vocals are unmistakable. To illustrate just how long it has been, consider that the following was the case the last time Tool released new music: George W. Bush was US President Tony Blair was UK Prime Minister MySpace was the dominant social networking platform The London Astoria was still open You could smoke inside UK venues and other buildings Axl Rose and Slash were still bitter enemies, Axl infamously quipping ‘Not in this lifetime,’ to someone asking about a reunion Muse were melting minds with Knights of Cydonia My Chemical Romance beckoned us to join The Black Parade Lordi won the Eurovision Song Contest with Hard Rock Hallelujah At the BRIT Awards, Arctic Monkeys won Best British Newcomer, while Coldplay scooped best album and best single for X&Y and Speed of Sound respectively Daniel Craig made his debut as James Bond in Casino Royale Borat hit cinemas Mobile phones still had buttons, no microSD card slots and no touchscreens! Fear Inoculum releases on August 30th. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Related Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.