Puscifer Debut ‘Conditions of My Parole’ Video
The frontman for Tool, A Perfect Circle and Puscifer, Maynard James Keenan has been pretty secretive about his upbringing, but has hinted that he grew up in an abusive, unsupportive environment. Even so, we’re pretty sure his home life didn’t look too much like the one depicted in the new Puscifer video, ‘Conditions of My Parole,’ which can be seen below.
The video, which depicts Keenan sporting a frizzy blond wig, moustache, dark shades and a T-shirt that reads ‘Who Farted?’ takes place inside a small steel mobile home that’s rockin’ in a way that usually a warning that you shouldn’t come a knockin.’ Inside, Keenan and his bandmates are passing around a bottle of Jack Daniels and jamming out the song, a dusky bluesy tune that sounds kinda like a cross between Beck and Tom Waits.
Keenan also plays an irate police officer who’s surely convinced that rock 'n' roll is the devil’s music. Laura Milligan ('Mr. Show') has a cameo in the video, which was directed by Puscifer and Mike King and shot in Jerome, Ariz.
Puscifer’s second studio album, ‘Conditions of My Parole,’ came out Oct. 18. The band’s tour launches Nov. 7 in Seattle and runs through Dec. 6 in Los Angeles.
Watch the Puscifer 'Conditions of My Parole' Video