Maynard, Mat and Carina talk about Money Shot

This has been out for a few days now, so apologies for the delay in getting onto Fourtheye. In the video below Maynard James Keenan, Mat Mitchell and Carina Round discuss Money Shot, Puscifer and all things related to this definitely not a side project.

WARNING: If you’re an easily offended Tool fan, I’d suggest not watching.

Go and pre-order Money Shot straight from the Puscifer website! Don’t waste your time with iTunes! You order copies on CD and Vinyl, and depending on how deep your pockets are, you can even get an autographed version.

Puscifer – Money Shot

Puscifer is back with a new album and a huge buzz! Money Shot is coming your way Oct. 30 and we couldn’t be more excited. Have you seen the video for the first song the band released for Grand Canyon? Money shot is the follow up to Conditions Of My Parole and marks Maynard Keenan and company’s third full length album and its first new album in four years. ‘It’s extremely satisfying to witness simple conversations and ideas transform into completed sonic landscapes,’ Keenan told Rolling Stone. ‘And to have these stories go above and beyond the initial ideas makes my grumpy heart swell three sizes.’ In addition, fans can look for Puscifer hitting the road in November for their first extended North American touring in support of the Money Shot album. Dates begin Nov. 1 at the Monster Mash Festival in Phoenix with shows booked into mid-December. For the upcoming shows, the live lineup will consist of Maynard James Keenan, Mat Mitchell, Carina Round, Jeff Friedl, Masha Zargaran and Paul Barker. Luchafer will open all of the band’s late fall tour dates. As is the Modus Operandi of Puscifer, there will be a whole new show to accompany the Money Shot release. ‘We’ve been leaving a few clues here and there as to what it may entail,” says Keenan. ”As usual, we prefer to Show rather than Tell. Odds are if you’ve been a fan of the diverse nature of our performances in the past, you¹ll want to go ahead and place those bets.’

1. “Galileo” 5:17
2. “Agostina” 4:24
3. “Grand Canyon” 5:57
4. “Simultaneous” 6:42
5. “Money Shot” 2:32
6. “The Arsonist” 4:45
7. “The Remedy” 6:07
8. “Smoke And Mirrors” 5:05
9. “Flippant” (Itunes exclusive track) 6:24
10. “Life Of Brian (Apparently You Haven’t Seen)” 4:41
11. “Autumn”

Puscifer - Money Shot

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walter
walter
5 years ago

i totally get all the frustration with maynard and the band, but somehow this video made me more at peace with the whole thing than i was before – and i wasn’t one of the upset ones to begin with. there’s a reason why i love this guy, and it’s the same reason why i love puscifer. it’s not tool, but who cares? it has it’s own thing going and if that thing isn’t for you, then at least you gotta understand that there is no tool without that thing. they’re inextricable, because both are part of maynard. watching this… Read more »

gamebounty
gamebounty
5 years ago

“I’m like the Cher of my generation. There’s always a wig involved somehow, or a bra or some shit.” lol

elusivEuphoria
elusivEuphoria
5 years ago

I’m offended by the iTunes exclusive track. Fuck iTunes.

Kiki
Kiki
5 years ago

I can understand the sentimentality frustration of Tool fans, but I’d rather see this guy trying out all sorts things that get him excited –whether it’s artistically interesting or not –than see him clinging onto his past glory.

We all somehow have this expectation for musicians to be faithful to their band, but I can see how it can get exhausting too, both mentally and physically.