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Alternative metal band Tool have revealed the cover art for their widely anticipated upcoming album, Fear Inoculum.

Alternative metal band Tool have revealed the cover art for their widely anticipated upcoming album, Fear Inoculum. FEAR INOCULUM. Title Track and Album Pre-Order Wednesday August 7th. Links will be posted tomorrow, Tuesday, August 6th on our Band URL and Social Accts. #tool2019 pic.twitter.com/mZMCwqL0pl— TOOL effing TOOL (@Tool) August 5, 2019 The artwork shows an animated image of a coiled snake, which seems to have hundreds of tiny eyeballs all over its body. Fear Inoculum, the follow-up to the band’s 2006 album, 10,000 Days, is set to drop on August 30. The band released the album’s title track on Wednesday. In a recent interview with Guitar World, guitarist Adam Jones revealed that the album will feature seven tracks and an 80-minute running time. He added that the number seven turned up several times during the recording. “I took a picture pointing to the number seven while we were recording, and a lot of the riffs [bassist] Justin [Chancellor] and I brought in were in seven,” Jones explained. “You don’t really go ‘I’m going to write a riff in seven!’; you just write a riff and you count it out and it turns out to be in seven.” He added, “Without being too descriptive about the concept, the main thing is that the seven beat just kept coming up, and riffs in seven kept coming up. It was really weird!” Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan recently revealed that the band’s extensive back catalog will be available to be streamed on digital platforms. Copyright(c) 2019 RTTNews.com. All Rights Reserved