The Billboard 200 has never looked as beautiful as it does right now - every one of Tool's albums is currently sitting in the Top 20.

Tool finally gave in to the modern methods of music consumption less than two weeks ago when they added their whole discography to digital and streaming services, like Spotify and Apple Music. Just days later, they released "Fear Inoculum," the title track of their upcoming fifth album, as well as their first new song in 13 years.

The single broke records as it became the longest song to enter the Billboard Hot 100, and their 1996 release Ænima broke the Top 10 for the second time. As of yesterday, all four of their albums are in the Top 20, not including their EP Opiate.

Ænima currently sits at No. 10, Lateralus is at No. 16, 10,000 Days at No. 18 and Undertow at No. 19. Hits Daily Double predicted the four albums would share the same region of the chart last week. If the albums stay in the Top 20 for the next few weeks, they may even land a fifth one when Fear Inoculum drops on Aug. 30.

Slipknot are also projected to have their new album We Are Not Your Kind debut on the chart at No. 1. Metal is making a comeback, kids.

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