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Tool

Arising at the end of the grunge era and somehow grabbing airplay during nu-metal’s subsequent rise, Tool managed to sound like neither genre while still winning over a legion of fans. With every release, the band’s sound veers a little bit further from the traditional rock-song format and into psych, prog and post-rock. Now touring for the album Fear Inoculum — the first release in 15 odd years — the band is back to affirm its importance and longevity in the world of prog-metal.

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