Watch: Here’s An Up Close Look At Tool’s 10,000 Days ‘Fetus Skull Maquette’

Tool website (maquette based off art by Alex Grey)
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Some days ago, alternative metal band Tool announced a special 10,000 Days collectible in the form of a “fetus skull maquette.” At the time that the initial announcement went up, we were only provided a promotional image of this maquette; however, now over on the band’s social media, we have been given a closer look at the fetus skull maquette.

Per a video uploaded to the Tool Instagram page, there is footage that provides an up-close look at the maquette. Thanks to this video, we are able to see the detail that has gone into this 10,000 Days collectible. This maquette is inspired by Tool’s 10,000 Days album art (which was created by longtime Tool collaborated Alex Grey).

Per the caption associated with this video, the band provides the following:

“TOOL is proud to present its debut fine art sculpture 🔥💀 ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
The Fetus in Skull Maquette. ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ Inspired by Tool’s 10,000 days album art ⁣by Alex Grey ⁣⁣⁣
Pre-order at ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
December 16th at Noon(ET).⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
*Quantities are very limited. ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣
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You can check out the video for yourself below. Will you be purchasing a Tool fetus skull maquette? What are some of your favorite Tool collectibles that you have bought?

In other news related to the band, have you seen the AI-generated music video for the band’s song “Lateralus”? It is incredible looking (and super psychedelic). Also, did you know that nu metal act Limp Bizkit once covered “Opiate”? It sure was something else. Also, are you aware of the song that Tool will never play live again? Links to each of these stories can be found below.

Watch: AI Has Created The Most Psychedelic Music Video Ever Out Of Tool's 'Lateralus'

Watch: Limp Bizkit's Cover of Tool's 'Opiate' Sure Was... Something

Tool Will Never Play This Song Again

A few months ago, band frontman Maynard James Keenan took part in an interview where he discussed the band’s creative process (and he shared some really interesting insights).

'It's a fight to the death every f***ing time': Maynard Talks Tool's Creative Process


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