Undertow by Tool
|TOOL's Masterpiece||Oct 26, 2010||Shaun Delane||Winsted CT US|
|Simply, a pinnacle accomplishment! Production value on this album is absolutely flawless. Tight bass, punching drums, powerful and crunching guitar riffs, and of course Maynard's powerful vocals. UNDERTOW still to this day, marks the pure power and creativity that has made TOOL what it is today. Many will argue between UNDERTOW and AENIMA as both these albums being TOOL's reigning shinning star so to speak, but, clearly upon listening to both, and do not mis-understand me, AEINMA is a classic in it's own mind as well, UNDERTOW comes out the winner. With guest appearance from Henry Rollins, to epic songs such as BOTTOM, SOBER, CRAWL AWAY, and many more, this is what really showed the prog-metal world what TOOL is about. Highly recommend as the album to buy if your new to TOOL. This VOLCANO pressing cut across 2 LPs is phenominal! Crisp, clean, and loud! The way it was meant to be heard!|
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