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Ænima (/ˈɒnɪmə/) is the second studio album by American rock ba...

wikipedia - 17 Sep 2016
Ænima (/ˈɒnɪmə/) is the second studio album by American rock band Tool. It was released in vinyl format on September 17, 1996, and in compact disc format on October 1, 1996, through Zoo Entertainment. The album was recorded and cut at Ocean Way, Hollywood and The Hook, North Hollywood from 1995 to 1996. The album was produced by David Bottrill.

Ænima Turns 20

Stereogum - 16 Sep 2016
Tool have always blurred the lines between challenging their audience and outright fucking with it. This was seldom more apparent than on 1996's Ænima, released on vinyl 20 years ago tomorrow and two weeks later on CD. Even the title was its own weird ...

21 Years Ago: Tool Conjure Up Spirituality + Anger With 'Ænima'

Loudwire - 01 Oct 2015
On Oct. 1, 1996 (Sept. 17 on vinyl), Tool unleashed one of their career-defining albums, Ænima, an essential release for the golden age of '90s alternative rock. Before Ænima went on to sell more than 3 million copies in the U.S. alone, Tool were ...

Why Ænima Is Tool's Darkest Album

Alternative Nation (blog) - 16 Sep 2016
Ænima is Tool's darkest and most dense album to date, and gets better after repeated listens as it has several classic tracks. The record takes the style created on Undertow and expands on its influences, which range from Melvins to Bill Hicks. Like ...

10 Greatest Tool Riffs

Loudwire - 21 Sep 2017
Every single full track has at least one amazing riff, most notably “Forty Six & 2,” “Pushit” and “Ænema,” but there's literally no bad place to start in Ænima. As for albums, it's about as perfect as a band can hope for. Tool continued their ...

Tool Producer Responds To 'Strange Rumors' Surrounding Band

Alternative Nation (blog) - 22 Feb 2017
He also discussed the drum sound, “When we did the tracking of the full band for Ænima, we set up a PA behind the drums to originally put the electronic sounds out into the same room as the kit, because Danny played all his parts live with the kit and ...

See Primus Play Tool's 'Aenima' With Danny Carey

RollingStone.com - 15 Sep 2014
Primus recently recruited Tool's Danny Carey to fill in for their drummer, Tim "Herb" Alexander – who is still recovering from open-heart surgery in July – and they welcomed him into the fold by playing a snippet of his band's late-Nineties single ...

Is Tool Really a Band for Stupid White Trash?

Riverfront Times (blog) - 22 Jan 2016
I continue to love them, but in recent years finally picked up on Maynards lesson from Aenima: One DOES sell their soul to make a record, and Tool has been fighting to keep as much of it as possible while still running their business. Maynard sees ...

Does Seether's new song sound a lot like Tool's “Stinkfist”?

Alternative Press - 15 May 2017
Check out the two tracks below and let us know if you hear any resemblance. Read More: Metallica reportedly accused of plagiarism. "Let You Down" is the first single from Seether's just-released new album, Poison The Parish. The record came out this ...


La Stampa - 12 Jan 2018
Da domenica 14 gennaio Alle 21. Agenda: Teatro. L'Accademia dello Spettacolo presenta "The experiment No. Q", musical di Paolo Vallerga con ambientazioni in stile steampunk, nella quale strabilianti macchine a vapore guidano i destini dei personaggi ...

A dull Tool just doesn't cut it at the Xcel

City Pages - 12 Jun 2017
Instead of learning to swim, as frontman Maynard James Keenan ferociously instructs on “Ænima,” the band seemed content to tread water for much of the 110-minute set. Rather than providing any meaningful glimpses into material they have been working ...

Tool Live at Rogers Arena

BeatRoute Magazine - 17 Jun 2017
The set list was both well paced and topical, with songs like “Ænima” and “Opiate” taking on whole new meanings given the situation down south which Keenan referenced more than a couple times. The poetics of Tool's music have aged magnificently, with ...

Fans Note Similarities Between SEETHER And TOOL Songs

According to The Pulse Of Radio, SEETHER's recent single "Let You Down" is apparently drawing some comparisons to TOOL's "Stinkfist", with a number of fans pointing out similarities between the two songs. "Let You Down" is the first single from SEETHER ...

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