TOOL frontman Maynard James Keenan's side project, PUSCIFER, made its live debut this past Friday (February 13) at the The Pearl in the Palms Casino. A number of fan-filmed video clips of the group's performance can be viewed at this location.
PUSCIFER, a loose collective of musicians, performance artists and comedians, performed three shows at the The Pearl — on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday (February 13, 14, and 15).
Maynard James Keenan told The Pulse of Radio that he expected all three shows to be very different from each other and from a TOOL show. "As long as we're all communicating on the particular premise of the evening, it should be unique each night," he said. "That's the challenge. The challenge here is not to dig up demons and explore an album that you'll be listening to and playing backwards looking for messages for decades to come. This is more about being in the moment and trying to pull off something that's, in a way, far more volatile than something that's well planned out."
PUSCIFER's debut album, "V Is For Vagina", came out in the fall of 2007, followed last year by a remix collection titled "V Is For Viagra".
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