Puscifer is back with a new album and a huge buzz! Money Shot is the follow up to Conditions Of My Parole and marks Maynard Keenan and company's third full length album and its first new album in four years. ''It¹s extremely satisfying to witness simple conversations and ideas transform into completed sonic landscapes,'' Keenan told Rolling Stone. ''And to have these stories go above and beyond the initial ideas makes my grumpy heart swell three sizes.'' In addition, fans can look for Puscifer hitting the road in November for their first extended North American touring in support of the Money Shot album. Dates begin Nov. 1 at the Monster Mash Festival in Phoenix with shows booked into mid-December. For the upcoming shows, the live lineup will consist of Maynard James Keenan, Mat Mitchell, Carina Round, Jeff Friedl, Masha Zargaran and Paul Barker. Luchafer will open all of the band's late fall tour dates. 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,'' says 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, you¹ll want to go ahead and place those bets.''
To the uninitiated, moe. is just another jam band. But to diehard fans – self-proclaimed 'moe-rons' – they have successfully carved out their own musical territory and stand firmly on their own. Like the Grateful Dead, Phish, and Dave Matthews Band before them, moe. fuse elements of rock, jazz, blues, country, and funk into a new sound. No Doy is the band's 1996 major label debut and is coming to vinyl for the very first time. Housed in a gorgeous Tip-On Gatefold jacket and fully remastered for the format, this 2-LP set is limited to 1000 on colored vinyl (translucent orange & purple wax) and features fan favorites "Rebubula," "St. Augustine," and "Buster."
On the heels of No Doy's success, 1998’s Tin Cans And Car Tires finds moe. embarking on a new phase of their career. It's the first record with new drummer Vinnie Amico, who's still with the band today. A faster-paced and more energetic album than its predecessors, Tin Cans charged to #21 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart immediately upon its release. Now available on vinyl for the very first time, this 2-LP set is limited to 1000 on colored vinyl (translucent red & clear wax) and features fan favorites "Hi & Lo," "Plane Crash," and "Happy Hour Hero."
This Record Store Day Black Friday (2015) release, Barbed Wire Kisses, is a compilation of singles, b-sides, and rare tracks. Throughout the 1980s the band was known for their prodigious output in these formats, often in limited editions which quickly went out of print. This album collects many of those releases spanning the band's career up to that point. The title comes from a line in the song "Cherry Came Too" from the Darklands album.