This year is an important milestone for the American rock band Tool. Because they are celebrating the 20th year of their 3rd studio album. Latelarus was an important album for both Tool and the music world. We’ve discussed their Lateralus album told the story of it, saying why it is so important. And of course, to celebrate the Lateralus album, Tool was planning something special. Recently, they’ve announced some of that special stuff, including their special 20th-anniversary merch. First, let’s take a look at the merch that they’ve created for the 20th anniversary of Letalarus, and then we will take a look at some of the comments about it.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of their 3rd album, Tool started working on something. They were planning to create a special merch for that occasion. And the merch is finally out now. Tool shared that special merch with their followers via social media accounts.
The special 20th-anniversary merch includes posters, t-shirts, glasses, hoodies, etc. They all have Lateralus-themed prints on them. But it doesn’t seem like fans enjoyed that merch a lot since they’ve shown their reactions on the comments section. Here are some of those comments:
You know what would make the 20th anniversary really special? A reprint of Lateralus on vinyl.
I was going to skip this money grab post but I wanted to see how many posts for vinyls were on here.
great. a tool… glass… why release 10k days on vinyl? give the people what they want. Glasses, pillows, maybe a snow globe next?
If y’all would release it on vinyl again it would be equal to printing money
Kinda weird to hear Tool music in an ad for cups and pillows. It feels kinda sac-religious
So looking into those comments, we can easily see that Tool fans were looking for something else for the 20th anniversary of Lateralus. Most of those comments unite under one point. A lot of Tool fans were looking to see a reprint of Lateralus vinyl. For those of you who started the following Tool recently, they’ve shared a vinyl in 2005. Now fans are expecting the same thing for the 20th anniversary. Even though they all want to see that, Tool hasn’t announced anything about vinyl or any other special 20th-anniversary stuff yet. As we’ve got new information we will be sharing it.