23 years after debut Tool's Ænima album returns to Billboard charts

23 years after it’s release TOOL's "Ænima" album has re-entered the Billboard 200 chart at No. 10. According to Billboard, the album — which debuted and peaked at No. 2 in 1996 — was released via digital retailers and streaming services for the first time on August 2, and has hit 33,000 equivalent album units earned, of which 18,000 were in album sales.

Also, TOOL's brand new single, "Fear Inoculum" has become the longest song in history to enter the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. With a running time of 10 minutes and 23 seconds, the track has landed at No. 93 on the survey in its first week of release.

The 85-minute, seven-song "Fear Inoculum" album arrives on August 30. A limited-edition version of the set, priced at $45, will come with a four-inch HD screen featuring exclusive video footage, a USB charging cable, a two-watt speaker and a 36-page insert book.

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