This is where it all started. A year before their debut album, Undertow, Tool introduced themselves to the world with a six-track EP that features some of their hardest-rocking songs to date. Opiate doesn’t feature the mind-bending prog elements that would make them alt-metal icons later on in their career; instead, “the music was all about emoting and releasing that primal scream,” as Maynard James Keenan told us. And what a scream it is, captured on all-time invectives like “Hush” and “Part of Me.” Eli Enis
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