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Tool's Schism Performed By 40-Piece Orchestra

10/13/2016
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(Metal Hammer) Tool's Schism has been reimagined by a 40-piece orchestra. The group known as Metamorphestra have released a video of their version of the track, originally released on Tool's 2001 album Lateralus.

Metamorphestra have also launched a Kickstarter campaign to help fund the release of their album The Ship Of Theseus. The LA-based musicians behind the project previously released an album called Tantamount, from which the Tool cover is taken.

They say: "Metamorphestra is a brand new orchestra, founded in 2016 by Nick Proch. The group brings an oversized, high-energy, film score-esque approach to familiar songs.

"You've probably heard the originals on the radio, but you've never heard them played by a giant orchestra of LA's finest session players, recorded and mixed in world-class recording studios." Watch the video here.

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