PUSCIFER Shares ‘Bedlamite’ Live Video from “Existential Reckoning” Album

PUSCIFER shares their ‘Bedlamite‘ video from the “Existential Reckoning: Live At Arcosanti” event. The clip features performance footage from the band’s latest live event in the desert.

This is an American rock band founded in Los Angeles by TOOL and A PERFECT CIRCLE‘s frontman Maynard James Keenan. On October 30th, 2020, PUSCIFER’s fourth studio album “Existential Reckoning” out via Alchemy Recordings. They also organized the “Existential Reckoning: Live At Arcosanti” event in the Arizona desert.

Before that event, the band’s another music video for ‘Theorem’ shared and also directed by Maynard. In this music video, Maynard James Keenan and his friend searching in the Pusciverse desert resident Billy D.

In today, the ‘Bedlamite‘ music video shares as PUSCIFER has loved its interesting album to date from “Existential Reckoning” album.

Maynard also recently review this album: 

“I was just reacting to what Mat put in front of me in a folder. As far as headspace? That’s hard to put a finger on. It’s really just reacting to sound, the moment. The song. Anything now in hindsight. I don’t know that I see that we got more serious. Maybe it’s logistics. Example: The first album was recorded while we were on the road with Mat as a tech for one of the other bands.

We recorded it in hotels, on the backs of buses, and in dressing rooms. Logistically speaking, recording in hotels, you’re just a wall away from people, and you don’t wish to disturb strangers. You notice, there, that so many of the vocals on that first album are lower register. That’s because I wasn’t screaming in my hotel room—an absolute logistical reaction to the circumstances that we were already in.”

You can watch the ‘Bedlamite‘ official music video below! Also, you can order “Existential Reckoning” here.

PUSCIFER – ‘Bedlamite’ Lyrics:

Old man Wibble, lush diviner, duke of babble, mad soothsayer,
& drunken oracle drinks the Liquid Jesus straight from the bottle.
Spirituous Sancti, like God full throttle.
The Bedlamite seer & fortune teller croons,
“Write your own fable. Believe it’ll all work out.

It’s gonna be all right. Everything will be all right. Raise. raise a glass to our heterogeneity, & our remarkable resilience through calamity.

Old man Wibble, duke of babble, drank straight from the bottle, danced on the table.
Fortune teller croons, “The world may tipple. The world may wobble.
Raise your bottle of God full throttle, the Liquid Jesus, Spiritous Sancti. Write your own fable & believe it’ll all work out.

It’s gonna be all right. Everything will be all right.

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