Tool	- Opiate 2
Tool	- Opiate 2

Tool - Opiate 2

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Opiate was a key song (and title) of TOOL’s 1991 debut EP. To mark its importance, the band have recorded an extended new version of the song which they have also been performing live in concert. Now Adam Jones and team have created a new video for this newly recorded version & it will be released as a stand-alone Blu-Ray similar to their previous DVD singles, “Vicarious,” “Schism” & “Parabola.” This marks the first time the studio version of the extended cut is available, along with a stunning visual in a commemorative package.

Originally released in 1991, the song has been reworked / reimagined and has a new video which will be released as a limited run on Blu-Ray with special packaging. This title will have the 12-minute video, along with commentary & translated sub-titles in English, German, French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish & Japanese.

“Opiate 2” is a special limited-edition package, that includes a reimagined and extended version of the TOOL classic track. The song is presented on a Blu-ray that features a ground-breaking short film directed by Dominic Hailstone. Bonus features include insight and observation from special guests, and this Blu-ray disc comes in a special 46 page hardcover art book that includes behind the scenes and making of photos.
Artist: Tool
Label: Sony
Catalogue: 19439948419
Barcode: 194399484197
Format: Blu-Ray
Release Date: 18th March 2022

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