Maynard James Keenan (PUSCIFER, TOOL, A PERFECT CIRCLE) talked wine and PUSCIFER with Karen Brown, an award-winning TV reporter with CBS News. You can now watch her report below.
PUSCIFER will launch the third tour in support of its sophomore album, "Conditions Of My Parole", on June 9 at Bonnaroo. The three-week trek will include a stop at the River's Edge Music Festival in St. Paul, Minnespta.
"Conditions Of My Parole" was released last October via Puscifer Entertainment.
The band's live performances are not to be missed. Keenan brings the unconventional atmosphere of the Verde Valley to life with a musically driven evening that merges technology, quirky characters and comedy. The Boston Globe referred to the shows as "musical theater" and the Philadelphia Weekly described the set as an "engaging performance with hilarious pre-recorded between-song skits featuring MJK alter-egos Major Douche and white-trash hero Billy D."
PUSCIFER's touring bandmembers are Maynard James Keenan, Mat Mitchell, Josh Eustis, Carina Round, Matt McJunkins and Jeff Friedl.
Photo credit: Tim Cadiente
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