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ÆNIMA

Tool

 

Experimental/Post Metal

4.07 | 655 ratings

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JROCHA
5 stars Aenema is just as good as Laterauls if not better for me. This could be greatest TOOL album created. This is the album thats sets them a part from other prog metal bands. TOOL also sounds nothing like any other prog metal bands. Stinkfist starts off the album great a popular TOOL song, great way to open a album. Eulogy is one of the highlights of the album, very angry lyrics by Maynard. Then comes H. the most mellow song on the album, a very underrated tool song. There are also many fillers on the album but i think it makes the album flow nice.46 and 2 is just Tool at their best. If you ever see them live 46and 2 will amaze you. Danny Carey drum performance on this song is just outstanding,also Justin Chancellor makes his debut with tool and makes a big difference right away.Hooker is a great metal song by tool it is about a fan telling Maynard how tool ''sold out'' and Maynard is giving back just a piece of his mind. Then Comes the almighty Pushit a Tool a masterpiece. Some of the greatest vocals ever are on this song,a very epic song.The title song aenema is a popularTOOL song, this showcases some great lyrics (lean to swim!)! The album ends great with Third Eye, htis one is just as good as Pushit. Maynard,Danny,Adam, and Justin are all great musicians and they make make music like no else in prog metal. My favorite TOOL album,and just a hair better than lateralus for me.5 stars!
JROCHA | 5/5 |

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