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TOOL Has Recorded A New Version Of "Opiate" In The Studio

"We recorded a new version of Opiate not too long ago. We wrote a different break down that’s about five minutes longer in the middle of the song."

"We recorded a new version of Opiate not too long ago. We wrote a different break down that’s about five minutes longer in the middle of the song."

Tool is allegedly working on remastering its back catalog for a vinyl re-release, and has allegedly been working on a new album allegedly due out this century sometime. What we do know for absolute sure is that Tool has spent some time in the studio and recorded a new version of its 1992 song "Opiate" and has filmed a video for it. Guitarist Adam Jones confirms the song and video's existence, but doesn't say when it's coming out or on what.

~ We recorded a new version of Opiate not too long ago. We wrote a different break down that’s about five minutes longer in the middle of the song. I believe there are recent live versions of it online. @dominic_hailstone_ did an (unreleased) Ultimate Video for it. Anyway here’s a clip of me messing with sounds for the distant Synth Melody. *Enjoy ❤️#Tool #opiate ~

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The band has played the extended version of the song live before, which you can check out below. The PRP speculates that the song might be an addition to the supposed vinyl releases, so we'll see!

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