Tool’s music has never been available on streaming services. But that looks like it may soon change, as the band just created official profiles on Spotify and Apple Music.
While the accounts are not yet populated with the band’s catalog, each have lengthy bios outlining the group’s early Nineties rise through their last album, 2006’s 10,000 Days (which coincidently turns 13 today, May 2nd).
Rumors that Tool were investigating entering the streaming market first surfaced back in March 2017, when Bloomberg reported that inside sources claimed the band was looking into the best way to release their new as-yet-untitled fifth record. The band refused to publicly comment at the time.
This recent development comes on the heels of guitarist Adam Jones’ recent “bitesize” tease of a new Tool song ahead of their spring tour kickoff this Sunday, May 5th, in Jacksonville, Florida.
So will Tool unveil a new song in Florida? Will they be rolling out new material on Spotify? True-to-form, the cryptic rockers are playing their cards close to their chests, and we’ll all just have to wait and see.