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Tool – ‘Fear Inoculum’ (Ultra Deluxe Vinyl Reissue)

RCA Records
A Perfect Circle, Puscifer, Karnivool, Porcupine Tree, Mastodon
Release Date
April 8, 2022
RCA Records
Progressive Rock/Metal

There isn’t any doubt about it, Tool has some of the most obsessive and zealous fans eager to consume and digest everything that the American progressive titans can serve. This year has ‘Fear Inoculum’, Tool’s long awaited 2019 album being reissued on vinyl for a limited-edition Ultra Deluxe Edition on vinyl.

                As always, when it comes to packaging, not many bands do it like Tool and therefore what the listener gets here is another massive treasure trove of vinyl. Featuring five sides of single etched 180g vinyl on sides B, D, F, H and J. These vinyl are all held within a full-colour, hardback book which a mirror-board print which also features a plethora of artwork including alternative cover art and lyrics. This vinyl reissue is not for the faint-hearted and all these aesthetics come with a hefty price-tag, just look it up for your countries currency and you’ll see. Purchasing this version is a big financial investment and if this is your choice, it may not be worth opening because guaranteed it’ll only increase in value.

                Ultimately, this Ultra Deluxe version of ‘Fear Inoculum’ is only for the mega-Tool fan and vinyl fanatic. It is said that everything is worth what its purchaser will pay for it, if this sounds like you ‘Fear Inoculum’ then its for you, if not, you’ll be happier with the copy you already own.

"this Ultra Deluxe version of ‘Fear Inoculum’ is only for the mega-Tool fan and vinyl fanatic"

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