PUSCIFER's MAYNARD JAMES KEENAN Handcuffs Reporter; Video Available

Erin Broadley of LA Weekly reports: "Maynard James Keenan is a man of many pursuits: musician, vintner, and as it turns out, cop. The latter I discovered the hard way when Sheriff Keenan arrested me for trespassing after I tracked him down for an interview about PUSCIFER's upcoming performances at Club Nokia, April 4 and 5. Luckily he took time to answer a few questions before locking me up. (Yes, I managed to post bail, thanks to Randall Roberts.) When asked about whether or not PUSCIFER's cabaret show breaks the mold of a typical rock concert, Keenan replied, "It doesn't, really. We lied about all that. However, GG Allin possibly will materialize long enough to re-kill himself for our entertainment."

Watch the exclusive video below for more question-and-answer insight into PUSCIFER's Club Nokia performances.


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