Many people have been following the progress of Tool’s follow-up to 2006’s 10,000 Days for, well, about 3,650 days. As things inch closer to there actually being an album, we’ve gotten at least part of a new song, “Descending.” The band debuted it, as well as some new visuals for the song, last year. Last week, however, artist Can Buyukberber shared a 2:40 Vimeo video of the visuals he designed for the song.
Here’s how he described his work on the site:
“I have worked on new visuals based on my current experiments with morphogenesis and higher dimensional geometries for one of my all-time favorite bands – Tool. Consisting of 10 video loops, the visuals took place for the first time in Tempe, AZ concert, the only show of 2015 and later were involved in the 2016 U.S. tour accompanying the new song ‘Descending.’”
While the music being heard during the video isn’t Tool (the minimalist music is credited to Yagmur Uyanik), the visuals look absolutely stunning. Tool doesn’t have any scheduled dates, so here’s hoping they’re finishing the album as Buyukberber works on more of this pronto. You can find out more on his site.