Sober (Tool Song) - Notable Performances and Covers

Notable Performances and Covers

  • In August 2006 Kirk Hammett, lead guitarist of Metallica, joined Tool on stage while performing and jammed together with the band at a show in Hawaii.
  • In January 2007, at the Big Day Out music festival in Auckland, New Zealand, System of a Down frontman Serj Tankian collaborated with Tool for an improvisational version of the song.
  • Staind released a live acoustic cover version of the song on their 2006 compilation The Singles: 1996-2006. Another version, from the 2001 Family Values Tour, has also surfaced on YouTube.
  • String Quartet Tribute did a classical cover of the song for the album String Quartet Tribute to Tool.
  • Breaking Benjamin has performed the song many times live.

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