PDA

View Full Version : Puscifer 2012 NA Dates


mankvill
12-07-2011, 02:33 PM
http://consequenceofsound.net/2011/12/puscifer-maps-out-2012-tour-dates/

02/23 Austin, TX @ Long Center
02/25 Baton Rouge, LA @ River Center Theatre
02/26 Memphis, TN @ Orpheum Theatre
02/28 Nashville, TN @ Andrew Jackson Hall
02/29 Louisville, KY @ Brown Theatre
03/03 Cincinnati, OH @ Taft Theatre
03/04 Indianapolis, IN @ Murat Theatre
03/06 Kansas City, KS @ Kansas City Music Hall
03/07 Omaha, NE @ Omaha Civic Auditorium
03/10 Edmonton, AB @ North Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
03/11 Calgary, AB @ Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
03/13 Vancouver, BC @ The Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts
03/14 Portland, OR @ Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
03/18 Escondido, CA @ California Center for the Arts

The place here in KC is a newly opened opera house, so that's weird.

InFlamesOfBirchmen
12-07-2011, 02:42 PM
Seriously?! I'm officially convinced that Maynard wants nothing to do with Tool anymore...He's running out of side projects to tour with.

christopher
12-07-2011, 02:45 PM
They just played LA last night. Puscifer sucks. I want a Tool tour goddammit!!

detuned
12-07-2011, 03:29 PM
a tool tour would be nearly the exact same set list they have been touring for 4 years. a new album would be nothing new for them. puscifer live is great and i would much rather see him spend his time with them.

ShatteredFlame
12-07-2011, 05:37 PM
I've seen Tool, APC, and Puscifer all once in the past 3 years. And he definitely puts so much more effort into a Puscifer show. Great comedy show, great stage props and visuals, and he never stops moving around the stage to do something ridiculous. He doesn't even half ass any songs, his voice is perfect for everything and the more industrial songs are remixed to suit a singing voice.

Besides I don't see how anyone doesn't like this project. The first couple of EPs are fun as hell. Every song on the first record has something about it that makes it unique. The C EP and 2nd record are what Tool/APC fans seem to be liking because they're more atmospheric and somewhat like APC, but I still can't agree with those that don't like the first couple of releases.

InFlamesOfBirchmen
12-07-2011, 06:15 PM
I've seen Tool, APC, and Puscifer all once in the past 3 years. And he definitely puts so much more effort into a Puscifer show. Great comedy show, great stage props and visuals, and he never stops moving around the stage to do something ridiculous. He doesn't even half ass any songs, his voice is perfect for everything and the more industrial songs are remixed to suit a singing voice.

Besides I don't see how anyone doesn't like this project. The first couple of EPs are fun as hell. Every song on the first record has something about it that makes it unique. The C EP and 2nd record are what Tool/APC fans seem to be liking because they're more atmospheric and somewhat like APC, but I still can't agree with those that don't like the first couple of releases.

You bring up a great point. My first Tool show was during their Summer '09 tour, and it was pretty evident that Maynard was kind of phoning it in. I personally love the C EP and the new album. Heck, most of V is For was pretty decent. It just sucks that the other three members of Tool seem to be putting a lot of effort into it, while Maynard leaves for a year and a half. While I realize that the lyrics/vocals are the last thing the band records, it still kind of sucks. But I guess I'd rather wait a decade for a great Tool album than 6 years for a half-assed one.

bt11763
12-08-2011, 01:59 PM
i would like to see them if i had a chance