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Published on September 8th, 2019 | by Alan Cross

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This pianist turned a track from the new Tool album into a classical music opus

If you’re familiar with the new Tool album, Fear Inoculum, you’ll know that it ends with a 16-minute track entitled “7empest.” YouTube pianist Gamazda thought it could be interpreted slightly differently. Nice work, dude.




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One Response to This pianist turned a track from the new Tool album into a classical music opus

  1. mrooster says:

    The transitions are phenomenal what a great interpretation of the song from a masters perspective. A truly amazing performance.

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