In a segment recorded earlier in 2018, Tool, A Perfect Circle and Puscifer frontman Maynard James Keenan was a guest on the “Music Ruined My Life” segment on BBC Radio 1‘sRock Show With Daniel P Carter. Keenan discussed his favorite songs ever from Joni Mitchell, Black Sabbath, Devo, Low, Pink Floyd, Swans, his first concert ever (Rick Springfield/Sparks) and more. Skip to 1:02:20 in the replay of the broadcast below. A Perfect Circle kicked off their new tour of Europe last night in Glasgow and will perform tonight in Manchester, UK. Remaining dates can be found below. APC released their Eat The Elephant album earlier in 2018 via BMG, and recently released a new video and Record Store Day Black Friday vinyl single for ‘So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish.’Continue reading
A Perfect Circle is currently on a headline tour of North America, supporting their current album Eat The Elephant (BMG). The album is in many ways the salve to calm the burn that is the state of our current society. Now the band has released a new video clip for ‘So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish’ that also has the feel of the end-times. The band will also celebrate with a limited edition 7 inch of the same track. Record Store Day Black FridayContinue reading
A Perfect Circle has been busy with their recent sold-out Hollywood Bowl appearance, intimate Grammy Museum show, and a further upcoming new run of world tour dates soon. The band also announced their participation in Record Store Day’s Black Friday, offering a limited edition 7-inch featuring ‘So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish’ with a B-side of the AC/DC cover ‘Dog Eat Dog’. They have released a new 2-D video for ‘Eat The Elephant’ directed by Steven Sebring (Horses: Patti Smith and Her Band, Dream of Life) from the companion film for the album of the same name, is part of a first of its kind, album-length hologram film viewable via a prism included in the Eat The Elephant deluxe box set. Watch the clip below!Continue reading
Watch A Perfect Circle’s new 2D holographic video for their song ‘The Contrarian’. The video is their second such foray into this technology since releasing their smash ‘Eat The Elephant’ album via BMG. The band is also kicking off a Eueopean tour tomorrow night in Manchester, UK. All dates can be found below.
A Perfect Circle continues to ride high following the release of their new album, Eat The Elephant. They played two nights ago on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and now have booked addition tour dates for later this year in the US and Europe. Watch the videos below and get your tickets in advance. Continue reading
A Perfect Circle’s new album Eat The Elephant (BMG), drops tonight at midnight. The band ( well Maynard James Keenan and Billy Howerdel) are hosting a listening party in Las Vegas tonight. They are also holding a live Q&A about the album, Live on Facebook for fans. Check it out at 7:10 PST/10:10 EST at the link below. Continue reading
A Perfect Circle‘s new album Eat The Elephantis due at the end of this week, April 20th, via BMG. Yesterday, the band premiered ‘So Long, And Thanks For All The Fish’, via the BBC Radio 1‘s ‘Rock Show With Daniel P Carter‘. The band’s frontman Maynard James Keenan was also interviewed for the episode with that chat included below. For the actual song itself, skip ahead to 05:13.Continue reading
One of the most hotly anticipated releases of 2018 back into the spotlight. Jokes about another musical project impeding the appearance of a new Tool album aside (categorically untrue, but funny) the much-loved and missed band hasn’t so much as roared back into the light to get our attention, as they rolled through with a purposeful stride and made themselves known by clearing their throats. “Ahem. Pay attention dumbass.” What presents itself for inspection might be the best release from the band yet.
On the cusp of releasing their new album, A Perfect Circle has announced they will appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live on April 23rd. A Link to tickets is below. The supergroup will release their new album Eat The Elephant from BMG this week. Continue reading