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Remember those “fetus in skull” statues from Tool? Maynard James Keenan unboxes one

Leave it to Tool to come up with some weird and interesting merch. Earlier this month, the band announced the sale of something they called a “fetus in skull,” which is based on the artwork for the 10.000 Days album. Limited to just 3,100 units, this will be something of a collector’s item. Signed units run for US$999 (there are 515 of them) and US$499 for unsigned ones.

But what, exactly, is this thing? Maynard James Keenan did this unboxing.

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