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Maynard James Keenan-led rock act Puscifer have announced two special streaming events going down this Halloween weekend. The band will premiere two concert flicks: ‘V is for Versatile: A Puscifer Concert Film featuring music from the V is for… era’ and ‘Parole Violator: A Puscifer Concert Film featuring Conditions of My Parole’ on October 28th at 12:00 pm pacific/3:00 pm eastern/8:00 pm UK/9:00 pm EU. The films will remain on-demand for 72 hours, with tickets and limited edition merchandise available for purchase via puscifertv.com.
Here’s more on ‘V is for Versatile’ via a presser:
“Puscifer take you into the famed studios of Los Angeles’ Sunset Sound, where everyone from Led Zeppelin to Van Halen to Elton John and Tom Waits recorded classic albums. In this live performance piece, the band invites fans behind-the-scenes as they re-interpret and re-record songs from their V is for… era. Agent Dick Merkin, Major Douche, the briefcase and a few surprise cameos are interspersed amongst the studio footage.”
As for ‘Parole Violator’:
“Billy D is in jail, Hildy is on the war path and Peter Merkin, as usual, is up to no good. The saga of the Bergers continues as Puscifer pairs the duo’s ongoing melodrama with a live, track-by-track re-imagination of the band’s critically-acclaimed 2011 album, Conditions of My Parole. Visually, “Parole Violator” is evocative of Keenan’s North Arizona homestead, with Puscifer’s performance married to striking visuals, dramatic lighting, and in a nod to the band’s 2011/2012 tour in support of the collection, closes with a campfire sing-a-long.”
“Those with creative minds are restless. Lockdown was only physical, not mental,” comments Keenan. “The Pandemic was the perfect springboard and opportunity for us all to flex our creative muscles. Here is more evidence.”
Check out a trailer for the double feature below. Once again, tickets are here.
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