V is for Vagina

D is for Dubby

Oldesch on Toolarmy tells me that there is a new Puscifer remix album available on called D is for Dubby. This album contains nine tracks all remixed by Lustmord:

Dub remixes from “V is for Vagina” by the elusive O.G. Goth legend, LUSTMORD. Lot’s of Dub out there in the world. Some of it is actually done correctly. Lustmord is one of the few who do it right. Turn it up, settle in, and remember to Puff Puff Pass.

  1. Bone Dub
  2. Children of Dub
  3. DoZo Dub
  4. Dub v2.02
  5. Dub with Power
  6. Momma Dubbed part 1 and 2
  7. Sour Dub
  8. Trekka Dub
  9. Vagina (Version)

The album can be sampled and purchased electronically in the MP3 section of the Puscifer site.

Maynard on Sirius First Wave

Kadoka tells me that according to the Puscifer Asylum:

Maynard will be guest host on Sirius internet radio channel First Wave 22 tonight (Sunday, 4-27) at 7pm PST time/10pm EST

Featuring remixes of:

  • Momma Sed
  • Vagina Mine
  • Trekka
  • Indigo Children
  • Sour Grapes

Sirius has a free three day trial with no credit card required, for
those who want to listen tonight and don’t have a Sirius membership.

Also, in case you missed it, there are a couple of the Puscifer Remixes streaming on Check them out!

V is for Viagra Tracklist, Team Puscifer

According to Team Puscifer’s Asylum, the tracklisting forPuscifer‘s V is for Viagra will be:

Available April 29th on Puscifer Entertainment.


1: Indigo Children “JLE Dub” mix by Josh Eustis (Telefon Televiv).

2: Trekka “Desert Porn” mix by Lustmord.

3: Momma Sed “Tandimonium” mix by Dave “Rave” Ogilvie and Colin Janz.

4: Sour Grapes “Late for dinner” mix by Danny Lohner (NIN, Renholder).

5: Country Boner “Dirty Robot” mix by Mat Mitchell and Contradicktator (Queens of the Stone Age,
A Perfect Circle, Enemy).

6: Drunk With Power “Hungover and Hostile in Hannover” mix by Joey Jordison. (Slipknot, KoRn, Ministry).

7: Vagina Mine “Deflowering” mix by Paul Barker (Ministry, U.S.S.A., Flowering Blight).

8: Trekka “The Great Unwashed” mix by Aaron Turner (Isis).

9: Queen B. “Glitched and Bent” mix. by Richard Devine.

10: DoZo “Guns for Hire” mix by Lustmord.

11: Queen B. “Narcovice” mix radio edit by Michael Patterson.

“Bonus” Track:

12: Country Boner “Disco Viagra” mix by 8mm.

Not sure what Team Puscifer is all about (presumably related to the streat team), but the Asylum would appear to be a discussion forum for Puscifer fans.  It’s open for registration now.

Maynard talks about V is Viagra

Straight from the Puscifer Myspace Blog:

Just finished listening to the first ruff master for the V is for Viagra, remix collection. It’s so inspiring to hear how others musicians re-interpret these songs. Good times. There are for sure a few stand outs, but I won’t ruin it for you.
Lots of stuff about to be hatched. The video for DoZo is almost done. Meats is chain chugging power drinks to get it into the mastering studio on time. It will be released on April 29th, along with “V is for Viagra, the Vagina Remixes album”, a 7″ vinyl version of Queen B, a 7″ vinyl version of DoZo, and the 12″ vinyl of V is for Vagina. Patton Oswalt re-wrote the Airline Safety card information for the 12″. He’s a hoot. Love that guy. And we’ll be releasing an iTunes deluxe version of V is for Vagina with some bonus tracks. Yippee.

Soungs good!

V is for Viagra?

Several members of Toolarmy have mentioned that a new Puscifer remix album called V is for Viagra will be released on the 29th of April. This is news to me, and there’s no confirmation of this anywhere I can see, but I’d reckon it’s safe to assume there will be a remix album eventually.

Update: Turns out it’s on the Coming Soon section of the Puscifer website. Here are the details:

V is for Viagra, the Vagina remixes $13.99
The Vagina Remix album. Remixes from Paul Barker, Danny Lohner, Dave “Rave” Ogilvie, Josh Eustis, Lustmord, Mat Mitchell, Richard Devine, Joey Jordison, Michael Patterson, Contradicktator, Aaron Turner, and 8mm. Release Date: APRIL 29th, 2008

Other products also available on the 29th include Queen B, Dozo and V is for Vagina vinyl, as well as the Dozo DVD.

Thanks to gnjasmkr for the details.

Puscifer Update

According to a recent post on Maynard‘s Myspace site, the Queen B DVD will be available on Tuesday, and is a limited edition so don’t delay in ordering it (presumably from the Puscifer website?).  No word as to what’s on the DVD apart from the Queen B video, but it’s safe to say there’s probably no live Tool tracks.  Meats Meier is continuing work on the Dozo video, and according to the post is coming along well.  Also mentioned is that Lustmord is working on some Dub remixes that will probably be released on Vinyl and/or on iTunes.  Finally there are a couple more unreleased tracks being completed, and these are expected to appear on the V is for Vagina vinyl release.

Maynard on Left of Center

According to Beckett from Toolarmy, Maynard will be appearing on the Sirius radio station Left of Center next week:

MJK will be getting on the mic on his favorite radio station, Left of Center. Maynard will discuss everything from his wine vineyard to his thoughts on creativity and downloading to his new Puscifer album. He’ll also play and discuss every song from the new Puscifer record, V Is For Vagina, exclusively for Left of Center listeners. All from the comfort of his wine vineyard in Cornville, Arizona. Listen each hour throughout the entire week beginning at 10 am ET on Monday December 17th through Sunday, December 23rd.

Puscifer Updates

Maynard posted a Puscifer Update on his Myspace site today.  Not much we don’t already know, but here’s the list:

  • Meats Meier is doing a Dozo video
  • A Queen B DVD is in production
  • There’s a Suicide Girls interview available
  • There will be interviews and/or reviews in the December issues of Spin and Rolling Stone
  • V is for Vagina will be available in vinyl, possibly as soon as 6 weeks.

Poll Results: How do you rate V is for Vagina?

Last weeks poll asked what was your rating for V is for Vagina.  Generally the response to it seemed to be good, with far more positive votes than negative.

Personally, I rated it as average.  While I enjoyed some of the tracks like Queen B and Trekka, most of them I felt were pretty forgettable.  I’m not sure that it’s an album I’ll be getting out to listen to time and time again.  I appreciate Maynard’s efforts though, and I sure think it’s better than alot of other crap I’ve heard this year.  If my opinion means anything to Maynard (and I’m sure it doesn’t) I’d say “keep on rocking”…

Here are the results:

  1. Good 225 Votes
  2. Average 153 Votes
  3. Excellent 93 Votes
  4. Dont Care 56 Votes
  5. Poor 47 Votes
  6. Terrible 37 Votes

New poll coming soon!

Maynard on Suicide Girls

Badkittygothgirl from Toolarmy posted a like to a video interview done by Erin from the Suicide Girls where Maynard talks about the creative process behind Puscifer. Here’s the article:

“Enigmatic is a misnomer. Most likely a byproduct of my absence in the press. An assumption arrived at due to the lack of available information, accurate or otherwise. I don’t do that many interviews. General because of my private life and my classified activities, but mostly because I’m not very good at them. The conversation in my head never matches the conversation that ends up in print.” — Maynard James Keenan

Meet Maynard James Keenan — musician, winemaker, connoisseur, alchemist, undercover CIA operative, and (as most of you might know him) frontman for Tool, A Perfect Circle and, most recently, Puscifer. Keenan describes Puscifer as, “The space where my Id, Ego and Anima come together to exchange cookie recipes.” Puscifer is more than just a band; for Keenan it’s a multifaceted, multimedia, multi-artist, multi-personality project that takes shape in a variety of media such as film, music, digital video, clothing, feminine hygiene products, coffee, pet supplies, websites, blogs… you name it.

The week before Puscifer’s full-length debut V is for Vagina hit stores on October 30, Keenan invited SuicideGirls down to his winery in Arizona (Caduceus Cellars/Merkin Vineyards) to chat about music and where his interest in alchemy began. Oh yeah, and he told us to bring a video camera.

Check out the following SGTV exclusive, shot on Flip Video, as we step into Keenan’s world for an afternoon

Here’s the link:

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