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Puscifer Announces New Album And Tour

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Puscifer Announces New Album And Tour

Puscifer will release its third full-length album, "Money Shot", on October 30 via Puscifer Entertainment. To promote the "Money Shot" release, Puscifer will return to the road, kicking off a six-week outing on November 1 at the Monster Mash festival in Phoenix.

"As is the Modus Operandi of Puscifer, there will be a whole new show to accompany the 'Money Shot' release. We've been leaving a few clues here and there as to what it may entail," said Maynard James Keenan. "As usual, we prefer to Show rather than Tell. Odds are if you've been a fan of the diverse nature of our performances in the past, you'll want to go ahead and place those bets."

It's no surprise that Keenan choose to debut the electro rock band-meets-comedy troupe on a Las Vegas stage (Puscifer's first shows were at The Pearl Theatre in the Palms Casino). In the intervening years, we've met a cadre of characters including Billy D and Hildy Berger, Major Douche, Peter Merkin and spent time around a campfire, with an Airstream trailer in the background, as audiences enjoyed a Sonoran sunset. Puscifer, who thrive on the element of surprise, have revamped their stage show, with no spoilers to share, we can only say it exceeds the production seen in recent outings. 

The live lineup for the "Money Shot" tour includes Keenan, Mat Mitchell, Carina Round, Jeff Friedl, Mahsa Zargaran and the newest addition, Paul Barker (Ministry, Lead Into Gold).


"Money Shot" track listing:

01. Galileo

02. Agostina

03. Grand Canyon

04. Simultaneous

05. Money Shot

06. The Arsonist

07. The Remedy

08. Smoke And Mirrors

09. Life Of Brian (Apparently You Haven't Seen)

10. Autumn


Puscifer tour dates:

Nov. 01 - Phoenix, AZ - Monster Mash Festival

Nov. 03 - Dallas, TX - Majestic Theatre

Nov. 04 - Austin, TX - Bass Concert Hall

Nov. 05 - San Antonio, TX - Tobin Center

Nov. 07 - New Orleans, LA - Saenger Theatre

Nov. 08 - Atlanta, GA Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center

Nov. 10 - Charlotte, NC - Ovens Auditorium

Nov. 11 - Bethesda, MD - Strathmore Theatre

Nov. 12 Boston, MA - The Orpheum Theatre

Nov. 14 - New Haven, CT - Shubert Theatre

Nov. 15 - Philadelphia, PA - The Fillmore

Nov. 17 - New York, NY - Terminal 5

Nov. 18 - Albany, NY - Palace Theatre

Nov. 20 - Cincinnati, OH - Taft Theatre

Nov. 21 - Chicago, IL - Riviera Theatre

Nov. 22 - Kansas City, MO - Arvest Bank Theatre

Nov. 24 - Denver, CO - Bellco Theatre

Nov. 25 - Salt Lake City, UT - Kingsbury Hall

Nov. 28 - Portland, OR - Keller Auditorium

Nov. 29 - Spokane, WA - INB Performing Arts Center

Nov. 30 - Calgary, AB - Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium

Dec. 02 - Vancouver, BC - Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Dec. 03 - Seattle, WA - Paramount Theatre

Dec. 06 - Fresno, CA - Warnors Theatre

Dec. 08 - Oakland, CA - Fox Theater

Dec. 10 - Los Angeles, CA - Ace Theatre

Dec. 11 - Los Angeles, CA - Ace Theatre

Dec. 12 - Las Vegas, NV - The Pearl at The Palms Casino

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