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Former Tool Bassist Paul D’Amour Moves ‘Feersum Ennjin’ Release Date to Add New Song With Danny Carey

Former Tool Bassist Paul D’Amour Moves ‘Feersum Ennjin’ Release Date to Add New Song With Danny Carey

The group Feersum Ennjin, which features former Tool bassist Paul D’Amour, have announced that they are pushing the release date of their self-titled debut to November 22. The reason they’re doing this is to add a new song, “The Fourth,” to the LP that features Tool drummer Danny Carrey. This marks the first time the […]

Maynard James Keenan Talks Puscifer, Dirty Words, and How the Band 311 Ruins His Wine

Maynard James Keenan Talks Puscifer, Dirty Words, and How the Band 311 Ruins His Wine

Maynard James Keenan has handily extended his reputation as metal’s premiere weird-merchant with Conditions of My Parole, the second full-length by his oddball dust devil Puscifer, via his like-titled record label. Holding a motley assemblage of outlaws hostage in his Merkin Vineyards in the Arizona desert (including indie rocker Carina Round and spasmodic Mars Volta […]

Exclusive: Founding Tool Bassist Paul D’Amour Premieres Song by New Band Feersum Ennjin

Exclusive: Founding Tool Bassist Paul D’Amour Premieres Song by New Band Feersum Ennjin

Paul D’Amour, the original bassist of Tool, returns to the world of heavy music with Feersum Ennjin’s self-titled debut on November 15, marking his first foray into hard rock since he parted ways with Maynard James Keenan, Adam Jones, and Danny Carey in 1995. In anticipation of the album, Feersum Ennjin are unleashing the song […]

Review: Puscifer – Conditions of My Parole

Review: Puscifer – Conditions of My Parole

Puscifer is where Tool and A Perfect Circle frontman/celebrity wine enthusiast Maynard James Keenan goes when he really wants to get weird. Puscifer albums, as strange as they are, usually follow a familiar pattern and the occasionally awesome Parole is no exception: There are lots of crack session players, this time including Brit singer Carina […]

Puscifer Announce Tour Dates, Performance on ‘The Late Show’

Puscifer Announce Tour Dates, Performance on ‘The Late Show’

Maynard James Keenan’s Puscifer project have announced dates for their North American tour, beginning in November. The band, who are touring in support of sophomore release, Conditions of My Parole, are expected to announce more dates shortly. In addition to the Tool and A Perfect Circle frontman, Puscifer’s touring lineup will also include Mat Mitchell, […]

Puscifer Premiere “Man Overboard” Video

Puscifer Premiere “Man Overboard” Video

Puscifer, the solo project of Tool and A Perfect Circle frontman Maynard James Keenan, has released a video for the track “Man Overboard.” The song is the first single taken from the upcoming album Conditions of My Parole, which is set for release on October 18. Let us know what you think in the comments.

Maynard James Keenan Tips for Becoming a Wine Aficionado

Maynard James Keenan Tips for Becoming a Wine Aficionado

When not stomping around onstage in Tool, A Perfect Circle, and Puscifer, Maynard James Keenan has been known to stomp a few grapes in his Arizona-based Merkin Vineyards. A good chunk of Puscifer’s upcoming second album, Conditions of My Parole, was even recorded in the viticulturist’s wine cellar. So Revolver asked the singer–who is interviewed in […]

New Issue—“A Salute to Our Troops”—Available On Newsstands Everywhere Now!

New Issue—“A Salute to Our Troops”—Available On Newsstands Everywhere Now!

With FFDP, A7X, Staind, and many more! On newsstands everywhere on Tuesday, August 16.

Exclusive Premiere: Dead Letter Circus’ Remix of Their Song “The Drum″

Exclusive Premiere: Dead Letter Circus’ Remix of Their Song “The Drum″

Already huge in their homeland, Australia, with stadium tours alongside Muse and Linkin Park under their belts, prog-inflected alt rockers Dead Letter Circus are finally putting out their acclaimed full-length debut, This Is the Warning, in the U.S. on July 26, via Sumerian Records. In anticipation of the release, the band has given us this […]

Review: Fair to Midland – Arrows & Anchors

Review: Fair to Midland – Arrows & Anchors

This restless Texas prog-metal outfit, best known as the former protégés of Serj Tankian (and the best Tool-aping act since Chevelle), have yet to make an epic game-changer of an album, but Arrows & Anchors, their fourth, comes close. Sprawling and ornery and darker than anything else they’ve done, it’s a fulminating mass of Brooklyn […]