Although Maynard James Keenan no longer writes a bi-weekly column for the Phoenix New Times, the Tool / A Perfect Circle / Puscifer vocalist recently spoke to the publication about a ton of different topics. Keenan not only gives extra details on Puscifer's upcoming EP, 'Donkey Punch the Night,' but info on his upcoming autobiography and the overall state of the music industry.
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Puscifer are currently revving up for the release of their upcoming EP 'Donkey Punch the Night' along with a handful of tour dates in Australia and South America. To take you further into the realm of Maynard James Keenan and his Puscifer bandmates, we've got an exclusive video of the musical collective warming up for what is sure to be a spotlit year for the band's career.
Prolific musical mastermind and fresh-faced feature columnist Maynard James Keenan has just posted the latest installment of his Phoenix New Times bi-weekly blog. Keenan seems to be given a great deal of freedom when it comes to the subjects he chooses to cover for his column, and in this edition, the musician addresses his reputation for being a notoriously difficult interview.
When listing the musical projects of Maynard James Keenan, the order almost universally is presented as: Tool, A Perfect Circle, Puscifer. Although sometimes seen as a side project to Keenan's other two musical endeavors, Puscifer have slowly stolen the spotlight over the last six years. In a new interview with MoshCam.com, Keenan goes in-depth about Puscifer, offering insight into the band's upcoming 'Donkey Punch the Night' EP, a cover of Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' and much more.
Rock and metal music's greatest workaholic, Maynard James Keenan, has announced the upcoming release of new Puscifer material. Keenan is famous for his work with Tool and A Perfect Circle, but Puscifer is another beast entirely, mixing electronic elements with bizarre imagery and gorgeous songwriting.
Maynard James Keenan is a man who wears many hats, but in 'Crank: High Voltage,' he wears an incredibly nerdy wig. The Tool / A Perfect Circle / Puscifer singer has made various appearances in both television and film during the past 15 years, but his cameo in 'Crank' is one you may have missed.
This fourth and final matchup in the President of Heavy Metal election quarterfinals features metal music's maddest scientist, Maynard James Keenan. It's difficult to categorize the music of Tool, other than it sounds like Tool, but the band's experimental and progressive brand of metal has cemented the group as one of modern metal music's finest acts. Plus, it would be pretty amazing for metal's White House to be built on an Arizona vineyard.
Corey Taylor is perhaps the most iconic metal vocalist of the new school. Having donned many masks when at the front lines with Slipknot and revealing his human form while performing with Stone Sour, Taylor's voice has rung with incredible force and precision throughout the 2000s. In this first round, however, he's got another modern mastermind to contend with.
A Monday morning is perhaps the most dreaded part of any person's week. There are few moments more frustrating than being shocked into consciousness in order to face a 40-hour block of work or school, with Carly Rae Jepsen's diabolical infection known as 'Call Me Maybe' creeping out through your alarm clock. Thankfully, musical mastermind Maynard James Keenan (Tool, A Perfect Circle, Puscifer) is here to save you from the mundane, with yet another introspective article from Phoenix New Times.
As we reported a few days ago, Tool, A Perfect Circle and Puscifer singer Maynard James Keenan has signed a deal with the Phoenix New Times to write a bi-weekly column for the newspaper. Now, Keenan has jumped into his role as a gonzo journalist, as the Phoenix New Times has published the first textual offering from the prolific creator.