In celebration of the 30th anniversary of their debut release — the Opiate EP — Tool have released a short film titled “Opiate2." You can now check out a 3-minute preview of the full video, which is available now for purchase on Blu-Ray.

Earlier this month, the rockers released a re-imagined version of the song "Opiate," which extended the song to nearly 10 minutes. The accompanying new video serves as the band's first in 15 years, and, as expected, it's made up of dark and slightly disturbing visuals. Dominic Hailstone, who worked on the visuals for Tool's Fear Inoculum tour with Adam Jones, also collaborated with the guitarist for this video.

Check out the teaser below.

The tangible version, which is available on the Blu-Ray format, comes in a 46-page book filled with art and interviews. It's running for $29.99 — order your copy now from Amazon. Additionally, there is a new exclusive set of merch to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Opiate on the band's web store.

Tool have another exclusive collectible underway, their 2019 album Fear Inoculum, which was previously only available as a physical copy on CD, but will now be available on vinyl. The ultra deluxe set will be out April 8, pre-order yours here now.

The band's second-to-last show of their 2022 U.S. tour will be tonight (March 18) in St. Louis, Mo., and then the run wraps up Sunday, March 20 in Cleveland, Ohio. Then, they'll head over to Europe in April. See all of the dates at this location.

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Tool - Opiate2

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