Puscifer Releasing EP Donkey Punch The Night In February

Puscifer

That’s right, folks.

Puscifer, one of Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan’s other bands, will release an eight-song EP titled Donkey Punch The Night on February 19 through Puscifer Entertainment.

“While continuing our tradition of releasing a few new songs at a time,” explained Keenan. “I also had an itch that needed scratching, and that itch was ‘Balls To The Wall.’ Which was followed by an even harder to reach itch known as ‘Bohemian Rhapsody.’ And scratch them we did”

Yes, that means the EP will contain covers of the Accept and Queen classics.

The album also boasts two new songs and was recorded in Jerome, Arizona, in Keenan’s Caduceus Cellars with the same roster from 2011’s Conditions of My Parole and guests Zac Rae on piano, singers Juliette Commagere and Claire Acey, and bassist Josh Morreau.

Remixes of four songs round-out the release with contributions from Los Angeles techno wizard Drumcell, Big Black Delta (aka Jonathan Bates, formerly of Mellowdrone and touring guitarist for M83), Sonoio (Italian multi-instrumentalist Alessandro Cortini of Modwheelmood and touring keyboard player for Muse and Nine Inch Nails) and Central American DJ, Silent Servant, who is well known for his mash-up of post-punk and techno.

The two new songs are called “Breathe” and “Dear Brother.”

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