Maynard James Keenan once said, "F--- your tattoos," in a little song called 'Ænima,' but the vocalist hasn't let that statement stop him from getting some ink of his own. Maynard has sported a few tats for a while now, but the musician / cult leader has just gotten himself an entire half-sleeve on his right arm.
Do you know what Puscifer is? Sure, Puscifer are an experimental, comedic and electronically-themed rock band featuring Tool / A Perfect Circle singer Maynard James Keenan, but do you really know what Puscifer is? The band questions your understanding, so Puscifer brought in 'Breaking Bad' actor / 'Mr. Show' mastermind Bob Odenkirk to explain.
Maynard James Keenan's 50th birthday isn't until May of next year, but the multitalented rocker has already got the day planned. On May 10, 2014, Keenan will celebrate his half-century on Earth by performing with both A Perfect Circle and Puscifer in Los Angeles. Adding to the excitement, L.A. alternative rock band Failure, who recently announced plans to reunite, will also play the celebration.
Maynard James Keenan is truly an enigma. Just when you think you've figured him out, a surprise left turn leaves the listener disoriented but fascinated still. For the next installment of a staggering number of releases from Puscifer, the band is soon to unveil 'What is…' and as a teaser, the group's performance of 'Toma' from the DVD has been unveiled.
There are no words to describe the jealously coursing through our veins right now. At this year's Brazilian edition of the iconic Lollapalooza festival, musical chameleon Maynard James Keenan fronted both A Perfect Circle and Puscifer at the massive open air event. Sounds like an incredible experience, right? Well, professionally shot footage of each band's full set has now become available online!
To attempt a cover of an all-time classic track that was sung by one of rock's greatest voices, Freddie Mercury, is a seriously tall order. However, Maynard James Keenan and the rest of Puscifer succeeded to create a solid tribute of Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' while adding a slight twist in the process.
Modern music's living contradiction, Maynard James Keenan, has delivered another bizarre piece of art with a video for Puscifer's cover of the Queen classic 'Bohemian Rhapsody.' Having superimposed his head, along with the head of iconic drag queen Dina Martina, onto characters from black and while films, 'Bohemian Rhapsody' proves to be maniacally hilarious.