Puscifer has announced a pair of new streaming concerts to celebrate Halloween.
The virtual shows premiere October 28 and are described as “concert-meets-feature films.” One performance, titled V Is for Versatile, will feature reworked versions of songs from Puscifer’s 2007 debut album, V Is for…, while the other, Parole Violator, will revisit the band’s 2011 sophomore effort, Conditions of My Parole.
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Both concerts will also be released as live albums on November 11.
Puscifer previously staged streaming shows in 2020 and 2021, which were themed around their last two albums, 2020’s Existential Reckoning and 2015’s Money $hot, respectively.
Meanwhile, Puscifer is launching a U.S. tour in continued support of Existential Reckoning October 13 in San Francisco. Maynard James Keenan and company are also releasing a remixed version of Existential Reckoning on December 9, featuring artists including Nine Inch Nails‘ Trent Reznor, Tool‘s Justin Chancellor and Phantogram.
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