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Puscifer Has More ‘Parole’ To Do

04:01 PM Thursday 12/8/11 |   |

Puscifer will bring more tunes and laughs to North America in February as the group continues touring in support of its sophomore album.

The band, which is fronted by Tool / A Perfect Circle singer Maynard James Keenan, released Conditions Of My Parole in October via Puscifer Entertainment.

Puscifer’s live show isn’t a typical rock concert. The Boston Globe calls the shows “musical theatre.”  The group has been known to show off pre-recorded skits in-between tunes featuring Keenan as “alter-egos Major Douche and white-trash hero Billy D,” according to Philadelphia Weekly

  • Puscifer

    Lisner Auditorium, Washington, D.C.
    November 26, 2011

    (Erin Williams / rockphotographer.blogspot.com)

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The 2012 dates begin Feb. 23 in Austin, Texas, at The Long Center For The Performing Arts. The tour wraps March 18 in Escondido, Calif., at California Center For The Arts.

The group will also play Baton Rouge, La. (Feb. 25); Memphis (Feb. 26); Nashville (Feb. 28); Louisville, Ky. (Feb. 29); Cincinnati (March 3); Indianapolis (March 4); Kansas City, Mo. (March 6); Omaha, Neb. (March 7); and Portland, Ore. (March 14).

Canadian stops include Edmonton, Alberta (March 10); Calgary, Alberta (March 11); and Vancouver, British Columbia (March 13).

Tickets for all shows go on sale Dec. 16. A limited number of VIP packages will be available via Puscifer’s Front Gate Tickets page.

Click here for Puscifer’s website.


Comments

  1. LASCENE wrote:

    07:38 PM, Dec 17, 2011

    Was lucky enough to catch them here in L.A. at the Orpheum.  If you get a chance to check them out you should do so.   The band is dead on tight and as usual you can expect some trippy visuals.  The comedy sketches before Pusifer's set were hysterical and the comedy Interludes helped the evening fly by like a jet.   You will also be treated to some haunting harmonization between MJK & Carina Round.  Carina is not only a member of Pusifer she also opened the gig.  She is multitalented & it does not hurt that she is stunningly beautiful.  



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