With all the news coming out about Tool lately, you may have had the urge to listen to the three-time Grammy award winning band on your favorite streaming service, such as Spotify or Apple Music, but you'd be out of luck because there's not a single Tool song available on any of the streaming services.

However, that may change with the latest Tool album. Check out the details below.

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Bloomberg announced the news this morning revealing that “members of Tool have been talking to the biggest services, including Spotify Ltd. and Apple Inc., about the best way to release their music.”

Recently, Prince's music was added to the popular streaming services on the night of the Grammys. Before being added to Spotify and Apple Music, Prince's music was featured exclusively on Tidal.

Unfortunately, neither any streaming service or Tool has offered any kind of confirmation or denial regarding the news, but we're still hoping that this might become a reality.

Tool's last release, 10,000 Days, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 along with being certified platinum by the RIAA. It was also announced two years before Spotify was launched, being released in 2006.

Earlier this month, Tool announced a headlining US tour. Check out the dates here. The band will also be performing at several festivals including Boston Calling and Governors Ball Music Festival.

Drummer Danny Carey recently played “The Pot” with a younger band from the Burbank Music Academy. Check out that amazing video here.

What's the first Tool song you'd jam to if they were added to Spotify and Apple Music? Let us know in the comments!