The success of alternative metal band Tool is beyond doubt and self-explanatory. That of the group Inoculum of Fearalbum re-entered Billboard’s Top Selling Albums chart at number 5.
The group releases its fifth studio album Inoculum of Fear in August 2019, which was their first album in 13 years due to multiple issues between the band members. Prior to the album’s official release, the band became the first band to cover all of the top 10 seats on Billboard’s Rock Digital Song Sales chart, which included the album’s title track, “Fear Inoculum”. The month following the release of the album, the group was already earning seat number 1 in the Billboard Top 200, with 270,000 total album-equivalent units. The album established itself as a masterpiece.
Now, according to loud speaker, three years after its release, Inoculum of Fear again entered the charts at number 5, once again proving the strength and power of the album. It seems the album’s limited-edition ultra-deluxe vinyl box set reissue helped Tool re-enter Billboard’s Best-Selling Albums chart after all, after fans expressed their anger over the price of the album. album. The safe sold for $810 in February, and it appears to have helped the band sell around 18,500 units, including 18,000 on vinyl. Congratulations to the group!
Tools Inoculum of Fear the set sells for up to $180, and signed editions are only available at Bad shows for $780 before taxes. The band is still touring Europe to support their Inoculum of Fear album, which debuted on April 23 and will end on May 24.
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