Nice interview with Maynard James Keenan up on Revolver this week, where he talks about Puscifer, the new track Apocalyptical, and various other issues confronting the world today: THERE’S PROBABLY NEVER BEEN A BETTER TIME FOR A SONG LIKE “APOCALYPTICAL” TO ARRIVE, BUT IT WAS ACTUALLY WRITTEN LONG BEFORE THE PANDEMIC, RIGHT?Yeah, Mat has been having a lot of fun with some old-school keyboards and tech, so we had a… Read More »Maynard discusses the Apocalypse and the new Puscifer album
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New music from Maynard this morning, with Puscifer dropping the first track off their coming album. The track Apocalyptical is available for streaming on the usual streaming platforms. Update: There’s now a video which you can find at the end of this post. Also noted in the video is: PUSCIFER INVASIONPREPARE TO BE ABDUCTEDNEW ALBUM FALL 2020WORLD TOUR 2021 Interested to hear your thoughts in the comments! Personally after a… Read More »Puscifer drop new track Apocalyptical
A Perfect Circle will be celebrating the Black Friday edition of Record Store day with a 7 inch featuring So Long And Thanks For All The Fish as well as an unexpected AC/DC cover: We’re celebrating Record Store Day‘s Black Friday event with a limited-edition 7” of our new single “So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish” with a cover ofAC/DC‘s “Dog Eat Dog.” Get it on Black Friday at a… Read More »A Perfect Circle Record Store Day’s Black Friday release
An interesting interview came across my desk this morning, refreshingly nothing to do with A Perfect Circle’s new album. Christophe from Salival.fr recently interview A Perfect Union of Contrary Things author Sarah Jensen, and asked her a bunch of questions about the process used to write the bio. Here’s a sneak peek: What was your approach here? Maynard and I agreed early on that this wouldn’t be a typical rock-star… Read More »Salival.fr interview with Maynard James Keenan biographer Sarah Jensen
The latest album from A Perfect Circle – Eat The Elephant is now available!
Heading over the NYC for the Tool show at the Governors Ball? Then perhaps you’re interested in attending a wine tasting run by the good people at Some Good Wine. Maynard will be there to tell some tales, and generally assist fueling your alcoholism. Tickets are limited to 20 per session, so it’s a pretty intimate setting! Details below: Event Information: What: Maynard James Keenan Wine Seminar & Tasting at… Read More »Wine tasting with Maynard in NYC
For the serious Caduceus wine drinkers Down Under, local supplier Sip Wines have announced they are bringing the Velvet Slipper Club to Australia! As you can imagine it’s not cheap but for someone who loves Maynard‘s wine it’s the only way to get a hold of some exclusive wines locally. There are two tiers, the Exclusive and General Admission level. Both get you 3 shipments of 3 bottles each year… Read More »Velvet Slipper Club coming to Australia!
Puscifer‘s latest Money $hot tour seemed to be getting great reviews on it’s various US and European legs, and Maynard James Keenan and co decided to share the love with Australian audiences with a tour taking in most capitals in Australia, as well as the MOFO Festival at Hobart’s MONA. I was lucky enough to get along to the show at Thebarton Theatre here in Adelaide, and can report I had… Read More »Review: Puscifer at Thebarton Theatre, January 23rd 2017
For any Australian (and New Zealand) Puscifer fans who haven’t been paying attention, Puscifer hit our shores next week for a series of shows across the country (except WA!). As well as the show at MOFO in Hobart, Puscifer play in Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney, Brisbane and Auckland. Get your tickets if you haven’t already – it looks like we’ll be getting the full Puscifer experience with the tour being the same… Read More »Australian Puscifer Tour starts this week!
Last week my copy of Maynard James Keenan’s biography – A Perfect Union of Contrary Things arrived from the US, and over the last few days I’ve read through it, and composed a few thoughts in a review of sorts. If you haven’t read the book, below contains a few minor spoilers of sorts, but nothing that should ruin your enjoyment of it. The first half of the book covers… Read More »Review: A Perfect Union of Contrary Things