Tool: 10,000 days

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Piron

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Its been released here today. I dont know about the rest of the world. Did anyone buy it already? Comments? I love it, but then again, I'm too biased really.
 

Piron

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Nov 22, 2005
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trench said:
ummm.... what is it?
Tool is a rock-metal-industrial band, (its hard to describe the music tool makes) and 10,000 days is their new album.

Strange, everywhere I look I see May 1 or 2 as release date, but its everywhere in the stores here in Belgium.
Btw, got a free poster and cap with it.
 

Heldentod

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triath said:
Piss off, we can call them whatever the hell we want. Better than making up some stupid "Viking Death-Black Angst Metal" sub genre of a genre of a genre genre.

who stole your candy? :rolleyes:
i asked politely not to call them metal or industrial because they are none of both, but some people always need to give big balls :rolleyes:
 

DeusIrae

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who the **** cares what genre! Tool fucking rocks and thats all that needs to be said.

Oh and yea... ive got 10000 days and yes its great. Right in Two and Vicarious being my favourite tracks.
 

Reddog

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I'm a really big Tool fan but I have to say I'm not too impressed with 10,000 Days. I dunno why, I guess I just like the older more grinding riffs on albums like Undertow and Anema better, but then again I did like Lateralus a lot. 10,000 days is similar to that but it just doesn't grab me at all...

Maybe it'll grow on me.
 

Piron

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Reddog said:
I'm a really big Tool fan but I have to say I'm not too impressed with 10,000 Days. I dunno why, I guess I just like the older more grinding riffs on albums like Undertow and Anema better, but then again I did like Lateralus a lot. 10,000 days is similar to that but it just doesn't grab me at all...

Maybe it'll grow on me.
From my experience Tool albums cant be appreciated from the first listening session. You sort of grow into them. At first all the songs sound alike, but when you listen to them a bit more, you'll discover their multylayered content and structural depth. Tool is certainly not everybody's cup of tea, but I like them.
 

trench

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Anyone listen to the "noise" genre?

Guy at work gave me some samples and it was , uh , intresting...