Tool’s catalog set to re-enter “Billboard” 200 following debut on digital and streaming services

Credit: Tim CadienteNow that Tool‘s back catalog is finally available on digital and streaming services, the band’s albums are set to re-enter the Billboard 200.

According to Billboard, all four of Tool’s full-length records — 1993’s Undertow, 1996’s Ænima, 2001’s Lateralus and 2006’s 10,000 Days — are on track to return to the chart when next week’s ranking is published.

Lateralus and 10,000 Days both peaked at number one on the Billboard 200 when they were first released, while Ænima peaked at number two. Undertow previously reached the number-50 spot.

Billboard also notes that Tool’s 1992 EP Opiate, which had never charted on the Billboard 200, could finally make its debut on the tally following its digital release.

Tool’s catalog was released to digital and streaming platforms last Friday. It arrives ahead of the band’s much-anticipated fifth studio album, Fear Inoculum, which is due out August 30.

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