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Emerging in the early 1990s, Tool bridged the gap between classic heavy metal and alternative rock, mixing grinding guitars, dark thundering rhythms, and challenging lyrics.

The band never appeared in its own videos, which were typically intense and macabre, yet their brooding sound found a large mainstream following.

In 1992, Tool released an EP, Opiate. That was followed a year later with Undertow (Number 50, 1993), which explored themes of inner turmoil with a sound that merged prog rock with punk energy.

The album included the Modern Rock radio hits “Sober” and “Prison Sex,” a song about child abuse.

Long periods between albums frequently led to breakup rumors. Rumors were put to rest when Tool released Lateralus in mid-2001.

The record was a commercial and artistic triumph, reaching the top of the Billboard charts, netting the best reviews of the band’s career and garnering the group their second Grammy.

In 2006, Tool reconvened for the release of 10,000 Days. Though not as universally well-received as Lateralus, the record still found the group exploring the fringes of heavy metal.

We stock some awesome Tool Prints.

Available in different sizes and printed on high quality 210gsm paper, you’ll find no unsightly pin holes, stains or creases.

In fact, they look like they could have come straight off the press from the original print run.

Will look fantastic framed on your man cave, office, bar or living room wall.

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