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“Listening to Existential Reckoning: Rewired is really like getting treated to a fresh Puscifer album... The album brims with imagination and inspiration, showing that remix albums don't have to be redundant; instead, they can live on their own, breathing new life into their creations.” - Blabbermouth

“What is surprising is just how damn good it is. The original Existential Reckoning record was a delight, a well-paced, nuanced and thoughtful narrative exploration. Existential Reckoning: Rewired is something Derrida would have marveled at: a deconstruction and summary re-engineering from the ground up...” - V13

"Apocalyptical (Re-Imagined by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross)" visualizer

March 30, 2023, Jerome, Ariz. – Puscifer’s Existential Reckoning: Re-Wired, a track-by-track re-imagining of the band’s critically-acclaimed album, Existential Reckoning, arrives tomorrow via Puscifer Entertainment/Alchemy Recordings/BMG).

A third preview of the album arrives today, with a visualizer for “Apocalyptical (Re-Imagined by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross)”: Previously released songs include “A Singularity (Re-Imagined by Carina Round),” which was released in tandem with several videos from those within the Pusciverse, including a stirring Maynard James Keenan-created homage to his recently departed dog, MiHo (watch here), and “Postulous (Re-Imagined by Phantogram),” featuring a Daniel Martin Diaz-created clip for the electrified track:

Mat Mitchell, Puscifer producer, songwriter and guitar player, said upon news of the forthcoming remix album’s impending arrival: “Existential Reckoning: Rewired is a dataset of revoiced and reassembled orchestrations by friends and members of the larger Pusciforce family.”

“Sometimes it’s just fun to break stuff,” added Keenan. “Then you latch on to one familiar piece and build something entirely new.”

Existential Reckoning: Re-Wired is available on a variety of limited edition vinyl variants, as well as CD and digitally:

Puscifer have released a track-by-track remix album for each of their four studio albums with Existential Reckoning: Re-Wired offering the most eclectic line-up to date. Imagineers include Puscifer band members Mat Mitchell and Carina Round, current touring musicians Greg Edwards (Failure, Autolux) and Gunnar Olsen, Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross, the aforementioned Phantogram, drummer Sarah Jones and Bring Me The Horizon’s Jordan Fish, Queens of The Stone Age guitar player Troy Van Leeuwen with Gone is Gone’s Tony Hajjar, oft-Puscifer contributor Juliette Commagere, keyboard player Alessandro Cortini (Nine Inch Nails), BBC 1’s Daniel P. Carter, and Tool’s Justin Chancellor with The Crystal Method’s Scott Kirkland.

Existential Reckoning: Re-Wired cover by Daniel Martin Diaz

Existential Reckoning: Re-Wired tracklist:

1. Bread and Circus (Re-imagined by Mat Mitchell)

3. The Underwhelming (Re-imagined by Juliette Commagere)

4. Grey Area (Re-imagined by Troy Van Leeuwen & Tony Hajjar)

5. Theorem (Re-imagined by Sarah Jones & Jordan Fish)

6. UPGrade (Re-imagined by Justin Chancellor & Scott Kirkland)

7. Bullet Train To Iowa (Re-imagined by Alessandro Cortini)

8. Personal Prometheus (Re-imagined by Greg Edwards)

11. Fake Affront (Re-imagined by Gunnar Olsen)

12. Bedlamite (Re-imagined by Daniel P. Carter)

Puscifer tour dates:

May 18 Daytona Beach, FL Welcome to Rockville

May 19 St. Petersburg, FL Mahaffey Theater

May 23 Asheville, NC Harrah’s Cherokee Center - Thomas Wolfe Auditorium

May 27 Columbus, OH Sonic Temple Festival

May 28 Northfield, OH MGM Northfield Park – Center Stage

May 30 Rochester, NY Kodak Center Main Theater

June 1 Baltimore, MD The Lyric Theatre

June 2 Atlantic City, NJ Hard Rock Casino

June 3 Bethlehem, PA Wind Creek Event Center

June 8 Donington, UK Download Festival

June 10 Dublin, Ireland 3Olympia Theatre

June 12 Glasgow, UK O2 Academy Glasgow

June 13 Manchester UK Manchester Academy

June 17 Clisson, France Hellfest

June 20 Copenhagen, Denmark Vega

June 21 Stockholm, Sweden Fryshuset

June 24 Oslo, Norway Tons of Rock

June 26 Hamburg, Germany Docks

June 27 Berlin, Germany Huxleys

June 28 Berlin, Germany Huxleys

June 30 Belfort, France Les Eurockéennes

July 1 Tilburg, Netherlands Poppodium 013

July 2 Werchter, Belgium Rock Werchter

July 4 Barcelona, Spain Club Razzmatazz

July 6 Lisbon, Portugal NOS Alive Festival

July 7 Madrid, Spain Mad Cool Festival

July 8 Athens, Greece Rockwave Festival

Photo credit: Travis Shinn

About Puscifer

Born somewhere in the Arizona desert, Puscifer is an electro-rock band, multimedia experience, traveling circus, and alien abduction survivors. The group’s catalog consists of four full-length studio albums: “V” is for Vagina [2007], Conditions of My Parole [2011], Money Shot [2015], and Existential Reckoning [2020] — in addition to a series of EPs and remixes. Beyond the core trio of Maynard James Keenan [vocals], Mat Mitchell [guitar, production], and Carina Round [vocals, songwriting], the group’s ever-evolving ecosystem encompasses Greg Edwards (bass, guitar, keys), Gunnar Olsen (drums), as well as a cast of characters such as Billy D and his wife Hildy Berger, Major Douche, Special Agent Dick Merkin, and many more. Meanwhile, the moniker’s origins can be traced to a 1995 episode of the HBO classic Mr. Show where Keenan first used the name “Puscifer.” In addition to tallying tens of millions of streams and views, they’ve piqued the curiosity of the press. Entertainment Weekly christened them, “Exceptionally groovy, and Revolver fittingly described them as “indescribable.” Renowned for an immersive live show, the group’s performances blur the lines between concert and theater, traversing the dusty American Southwest with Billy D and Hildy or the sweaty squared circle with Luchadores. They’ve brought their unique live experience to life everywhere from Coachella to Bonnaroo. On their 2020 debut for Alchemy Recordings/Puscifer Entertainment/BMG entitled Existential Reckoning, Puscifer track Billy D back to the desert and, just maybe, uncover the truth about aliens once and for all.

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