TOOL’s Maynard James Keenan: “In the middle of our existential reckoning”

TOOL‘s Maynard James Keenan talks about his side band PUSCIFER‘s new album. He focuses on the “Existential Reckoning” album which deals with the idea of humanity.

Before the PUSCIFER‘s new album arrives it on October 30th, 2020. The band’s frontman Maynard talks about this new album and the society. This is the third music project from Maynard and end of the month the band will release the fourth full-length album.

He starts with, “There have definitely been ups and downs. Some of our businesses have been struggling but we’re making it work.”

During the interview with Kerrang!, TOOL’s Maynard James Keenan talks about wants to pass along some messages to humanity:

“Here we are in the middle of our existential reckoning… It came from watching things progress over the years. It’s us losing touch with things that I would consider as mattering. All this stuff happened before coronavirus.

Western culture has lost the plot. I think there’s a way out, but we’ve got to remember how to talk to each other, and how to survive without destroying too much.”

Maynard also added:

“You have to choose to make this an inclusive better place for everyone. Is everyone with any power trying to drive wedges between us?

Fuck yeah, every day! We have to make the choice, as individuals, to be better people – to do no harm, treat your neighbor as you would yourself – all those things that down through the ages have been chiseled into stone as a way we have to be. Right now, more than ever, this is our existential reckoning!”

PUSCIFER‘s new album “Existential Reckoning” will release on October 30th, 2020 via Alchemy Recordings/Puscifer Entertainment/BMG records. You can also pre-order here.

Puscifer Existential Reckoning album-list:

1. Bread and Circus
2. Apocalyptical
3. The Underwhelming
4. Grey Area 5.1
5. Theorem
6. UPGrade
7. Bullet Train to Iowa
8. Personal Prometheus
9. A Singularity
10. Postulous
11. Fake Affront
12. Bedlamite

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