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10 hours ago

Two cool things: I couldn’t get these pants up past mah hips a month ago. And this will be the third week of consistent (Monday-Saturday) workouts and eating better. • Both feel like huge accomplishments at this point 😅👏🏼 smartbitch selfcareis howbaddoyouwantit

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11 hours ago

I said I don't want it. I just need it.

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11 hours ago

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11 hours ago

Any one else waiting for new TOOL????

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12 hours ago

SOLD SOLD SOLD You’re only allowed to wear this if you’ve already purchased your ticket to TOOL Super comfy Fits smalls 🔧REAL FANS ONLY 🔧

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14 hours ago

Artist: Tool Album: 10000 Days Vinyl Share: My personal favourite *not best* Tool album must be 10000 days. Following up Lateralus could you imagine the pressure Tool must have been under? Here we have a group of perfectionists trying to outdo what some would consider “a perfect album”. When 10000 Days was first released, I purchased it in haste, put it in my cd player and upon first listen fell asleep! It feels strange saying that, but it just goes to show you that this band’s music is not the kind to impress upon all listeners immediately. In fact, Tool has always taken time for me to appreciate. I had to break down my typical conception of good music to appreciate their style. I needed immediacy, loud vocals and “hit you over the head” satisfaction. I had to listen to 10000 days more than once to give it the patience and concentration it deserves. Then it clicked and man, did it click! Not only have I listened to this album hundreds of times with band-mates, family and friends, I’ve seen these songs live many times (I mean, they’ve been touring it for like 10 years 🤣). This was the Tool record that truly brought me into the fold. It’s compositions are brooding, building and often lead to earthquaking crescendos. Each musician brings incredible skill to the table. As well, there is a fluidity and consistency of style and sound on this album that I believe ties it all together into one amazing package. I was going to complain that it is shorter than other Tool albums, but it’s not, it just feels that way. I’ve felt moments on this album slow time down; I’ve felt the rhythms go beneath the skin; I’ve cried from the gravity of the subject matter. It’s been so long now since its release, that the roaring fire of passion I had for Tool has surely dimmed. My tastes in music have expanded and the sun has set on many of the sounds Tool was born out of. Who knows what’s next? As far as I’m concerned, the bar is set very high! 🍇 🍇 🍇 🍇 10000days toolband toolarmy maynardjameskeenan dannycarey progmetal progmetalvinyl metalvinyl vicarious rightintwo wingsformarie rosettastoned vinylcollection vinylcollector vinylcommunity thegrapevinyl

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15 hours ago

This weeks playlist! A productive music listening week, I listened to some albums that I probably had moths or even years without listening ("Lateralus" and "The Black Album") and purchased the fifth studio album from Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds "Tender Prey" this album is right in between "The First Born Is Dead" and "The Good Son", and you can tell, there's songs like "The Mercy Seat" that's long, grueling and repetitive or "Deanna" that again stays with what seems to be one riff and a continuous chorus, but then you have "Mercy On Me" that's getting close to a ballad, kinda lettings us know what's the direction the band is talking, great record. brigette tool toolband theblackqueen davidbowie zealandardor nickcaveandthebadseeds davidlynch highonfire metallica typeonegative danzig theprodigy cd cdcollector cdcollection thisweeksplaylist

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19 hours ago

I cant believe Tool is coming to the hampton coliseum in may fuck im so excited i gotta go see them with my best friend toolband hamptoncoliseum

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- - Wk—043 “Disgustipated.” Album—Undertow Released—1993 - During the recording of “Disgustipated,” the album’s creepy closing cut, Massy added to the aural nightmarishness of the track by recording Keenan firing four rounds from a shotgun into an old upright piano. Rollins Band guitarist Chris Haskett also smashed the piano with a sledge hammer, earning himself a spot in the album’s credits in the process. - - - Poster challenge: - As Tool fans eagerly await the release of their new album—last release was 10,000 Days (2006)—I’ve decided to embark on a personal project where I will be designing 1x poster per week until the album comes out. Tool was described by Patrick Donovan of The Age as "the thinking person's metal band. Cerebral and visceral, soft and heavy, melodic and abrasive, tender and brutal, familiar and strange, western and eastern, beautiful and ugly, taut yet sprawling and epic, they are a tangle of contradictions.” - Each poster will be inspired by one of their songs, using the song title as the basis for the design. Their long and complex releases often unify musical experimentation, visual arts, and a message of self evolution—exemplified by the iconic Forty Six & 2. My goal is to interpret the meaning of the songs and represent them using a variety of typographic and visual styles posterdesign grafikdesign type graphicdesign art inspiration minimal minimalism dailyinspiration abstractart creative poster posterart blackandwhite graphic typography poster typographyinspired design tool toolband designer rocknroll swiss grunge grit swissgraphicdesign typographic visualarts 1993 melbourne

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1 day ago

toolband - my family all worse tool shirts for my bday. Spiral out

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- - Wk—042 “Die Eier von Satan” Album—Ænima Released—1996 - A heavy industrial guitar played over a reversed drum beat in compound triple meter. The lyrical component of the song is in German, performed by Marko Fox, a member of ZAUM. He is backed by a sound that resembles a hydraulic press, and crowd cheering and applause that increase in volume as the lyrics are read with increasing ferocity. These combined effects make the song sound like a militant German rant or Nazi rally. - The joke is that, although it sounds like a Nazi rally, and the word “Satan” is in the title, the lyrics are not aggressive or violent in any way. To the contrary, they are actually a recipe for cookies (Hashish or Mexican cookies.) - - - Poster challenge: - As Tool fans eagerly await the release of their new album—last release was 10,000 Days (2006)—I’ve decided to embark on a personal project where I will be designing 1x poster per week until the album comes out. Tool was described by Patrick Donovan of The Age as "the thinking person's metal band. Cerebral and visceral, soft and heavy, melodic and abrasive, tender and brutal, familiar and strange, western and eastern, beautiful and ugly, taut yet sprawling and epic, they are a tangle of contradictions.” - Each poster will be inspired by one of their songs, using the song title as the basis for the design. Their long and complex releases often unify musical experimentation, visual arts, and a message of self evolution—exemplified by the iconic Forty Six & 2. My goal is to interpret the meaning of the songs and represent them using a variety of typographic and visual styles posterdesign grafikdesign type graphicdesign art inspiration minimal minimalism dailyinspiration creative poster posterart blackandwhite graphic typography poster typographyinspired design designer rocknroll swiss swissgraphicdesign typographic visualarts melbourne tool toolband

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5 months ago

👁‍🕳🚬🌘🌑 The darker days of me and him PJ Harvey

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5 months ago

💂‍♀🏰🔔 When they kick out your front door How you gonna come? With your hands on your head Or on the trigger of your gun? gunsofbrixton nouvellevague

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