A Perfect Circle are scheduled to release their 'A Perfect Circle: Featuring Stone and Echo' box set on Nov. 26. Although the career-spanning box set won't be shipped out until next week, the audio of A Perfect Circle's 20-song live performance, dubbed 'Stone and Echo,' is available for streaming right now via Consequence of Sound.
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We've got an awesome song premiere to share with you lucky, lucky people! A Perfect Circle are about to release the comprehensive box set, 'A Perfect Circle Live: Featuring Stone and Echo,' which features performances of all three APC albums live in concert. We've snagged the very beginning of the three-album experience with an exclusive premiere of the band performing 'The Hollow' live.
After nine years of fans patiently waiting, A Perfect Circle have finally released a new song. The solitary new track, 'By and Down,' will see an official release on Nov. 19 as a part of A Perfect Circle's 'Three Sixty' compilation, but fans can stream the new offering from Maynard James Keenan and Billy Howerdel right now at Spin.com (click below).
A Perfect Circle fans, we've got a hell of a contest for you. Loudwire, Noisecreep and Diffuser.fm are teaming up with the band to give away a copy of the band's upcoming box set, 'A Perfect Circle: Featuring Stone and Echo,' which will hit stores on Nov. 26.
Here's the news that A Perfect Circle fans have been waiting on for a friggin' decade! Ready? On Nov. 19, A Perfect Circle will release the greatest hits collection 'Three Sixty,' but the album isn't just a compilation of past works. The release will also contain the brand new song 'By and Down.'
In response to the tornadoes that recently hit Oklahoma, Tool / A Perfect Circle / Puscifer singer Maynard James Keenan has reached out to help the state's Animal Resource Center. The center was damaged by the tornadoes, so to raise money for the Animal Resource Center's recovery, Keenan is auctioning off the platinum plaques he received for Tool's 'Undertow' and A Perfect Circle's 'Mer de Noms.'
Maynard James Keenan, best known for his work in Tool, found himself inspired after his onetime guitar tech, Billy Howerdel, showed him a more melodic collection of tracks he was working on. A Perfect Circle was launched and the band's 2000 debut, 'Mer de Noms,' also featured such accomplished players as Josh Freese, making APC one of rock's most interesting side bands.