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Tuesday, October 2, 2007

'V is For Vagina' from Tool's Maynard Online Wednesday October 3

Posted By on Tue, Oct 2, 2007 at 3:09 PM

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What a great album name! Looks like Tool's creative force Maynard Keenan (also responsible for the unacceptable 'A Perfect Circle') has some new Puscifer tunes and latent women issues for us.

From the PR:

Wednesday Oct. 2 at 12 noon est/9 am pst a medley of music from Maynard James Keenan's upcoming Puscifer album, "V is For Vagina" goes online and will remain up for the remainder of the day. We have a pre-determined cap of listeners so please keep this code to yourself or let me know if I'm omitting someone who should also be invited to listen.

This medley features portions of eight songs from the upcoming release, set for Oct. 30 on Puscifer Entertainment.

Login information:

http://www.[censored by editor].com/puscifer

code: [[censored for editorial gloating]]

Check back tomorrow for notes on what the songs sound like. Until then, enjoy your own women issues by enjoying this Vagina Dentata.

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