Tool – Stinkfist

What is the limit here:

Man this video Stinkfist by Tool is out there and that’s why I chose it, how much are you going to take?

I was going through a list of scientist, professors,  scholars, theorist, authors and people like you and me to come to an answer and or conclusion to what the hell is going on in society.  Life is speeding ever faster are you keeping up? are you happy?  From the first cell creature that swam the oceans to our very existence time is now weighing in on society and it is running right up the anal sphincter.

I hear this from all sides every day see it in the news on the web in the hood and that’s why I choose to do business different to where it is affordable where you count, meaning if you don’t grow I don’t grow.  A wise man once said it will not be the majority that prevails it will be a tireless irate minority that is keen to set  brush fires in the minds of men that will prevail.   I’ll add to this, anyone got a match?

The world herself is nearing its carrying limits that can support life as the population grows so does the demand for resources to the point it will bring war for what is left just look at oil.  Time is going to be the test for all of us and time we got together to work it out,  there is going to be a limit to what you can take.

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Tool – Vicarious

Tool Time Post 100:           The Outer Limits

Music video Updated to HD 720P

The band has released nine music videos but made personal appearances in only the first two, which the band states is to prevent people from “latching onto the personalities involved rather than listening to the music.” With the exception of “Hush” and “Vicarious“, all of Tool’s music videos feature stop motion animation to some extent. The videos are created primarily by Adam Jones, often in collaboration with artists such as Chet ZarAlex Grey,and Osseus Labyrint.

The “Sober” music video in particular attracted much attention. Jones explained that it doesn’t contain a storyline, but that his intentions were to summon personal emotions with its imagery. Rolling Stone described this imagery by stating that, in the video, “evil little men dwell in a dark dungeon with meat coursing through pipes in the wall” and called it a “groundbreaking”, “epic” clip. Billboard voted it “Best Video By A New Artist”.

The video for “Vicarious” was released on DVD on December 18, 2007. The video is also notable because it is the first Tool video to be produced entirely through the use of CGI.

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Tool animation video Sober

Where am I someone pinch me!  Now HD!

The band Tool was introduced to me by my good friend Casey and he knows of some heavy rock bands.

This vid blew my mind they have made 9 altogether and watching any of the animations depicted here is a trip of its own like something out of the Outer Limits.

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Tool:

Is an American progressive metal band from Los Angeles, California. Formed in 1990, the group’s line-up has included drummer Danny Carey, guitarist Adam Jones, and vocalist Maynard James Keenan. Since 1995, Justin Chancellor has been the band’s bassist, replacing their original bassist Paul D’Amour. Tool has won three Grammy Awards, performed worldwide tours, and produced albums topping the charts in several countries.

Tool emerged with a heavy metal sound on their first studio album Undertow in 1993, and later became a dominant act in the alternative metal movement with the release of their second effort,Ænima, in 1996. Their efforts to unify musical experimentation, visual arts, and a message of personal evolution continued with Lateralus (2001) and the most recent album 10,000 Days (2006), gaining the band critical acclaim and success around the world.

Due to Tool’s incorporation of visual arts and relatively long and complex releases, the band is generally described as a style-transcending act and part of progressive rock and art rock. The relationship between the band and today’s music industry is ambivalent, at times marked by censorship and the band members’ insistence on privacy.

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