Tool Play Undertow First Time In 20 Years In Video

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Tool recently performed live in concert at the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan on March 3. The band is currently on the road for the North American leg of a tour in support of their popular Fear Inoculum album that ends in Cleveland on March 20.  The fans were given a huge surprise during the show as the band performed “Undertow” for its first live performance in 20 years. It is the title track from Tool’s 1993 debut album. The song was last played on April 29, 2002.

Tool plays ‘Undertow’ after a long time

It is the title track from Tool’s 1993 debut album. The song was last played on April 29, 2002. Apart from the “Undertow,” the group also played some top songs, including an encore featuring Fear Inoculum tracks “Chocolate Chip Trip,” “Culling Voices” and “Invincible.”

You can check out the video clip of the song below:

Jrobs62 on Reddit wrote the following: “It felt like one of the darkest songs they had. Gave a new feeling to the song by seeing it live. Glad they did that.”

While AH0LE_ wrote: “Detroit always gets something different. Saw ticks and leeches one year..last night was awesome and I understand the appreciation for invincible now…so f***ing awesome live”

While another fan lavished praise on the ever-popular progressive metal and alternative rock band. DeenzGrabber said: “Yes, Tool are arguably their most successful right now. It is so far beyond cult band following and will only continue in popularity. They would be mighty foolish to stop. They will tour until Danny noticeably cannot play the songs adequately. Even then it will probably go on for a bit as Danny has earned the good graces of a few generations of fans who will overlook glaring mistakes. Going to see him will be more like a pilgrimage in ten years.”