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Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Tool - Undertow [1993]

I love Tool. They're my favourite progressive metal band, if we're not counting Iron Maiden's recent years. Although the three albums following this, their debut, were more interesting musically, "Undertow" still provides an experience which is as satisfying and intelligent as it is angsty and delightfully jarring.

This album is a combination of extended pieces (a-la "Bottom" and "Flood") and shorter, more 'commercial' songs - well, about as commercial as songs about getting raped as a child can be. And although this album was already very progressive, there was still a very strong, gritty feeling of 'fuck you' that would slowly fade on Tool's more recent efforts, and as a result this album will sit well with those who aren't necessarily that keen on progressive music.

Mp3, 192 kbps

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