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EXCLUSIVE: Puscifer to Play Tempe Beach Park on Sunday, November 1

Fresh off the announcement yesterday of a new album and visually stunning music video, Puscifer is announcing its only live date so far this year.  Puscifer will play Tempe Beach Park on Sunday, November 1, as part of Lucky Man's Monster Mash concert festival. Frontman Maynard James Keenan is showing...

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Fresh off the announcement Wednesday of a new album and the release of a visually stunning music video, Puscifer is announcing its only live date so far this year. 

Puscifer will play Tempe Beach Park on Sunday, November 1, as part of Lucky Man's Monster Mash concert festival.

Frontman Maynard James Keenan is showing Arizona some major love this year. Not only will Puscifer play the festival, but Keenan's other band, Tool, is playing its only announced concert in 2015 at the same festival the night before.

The concert falls two days after the scheduled release date for the band's third album, Money Shot.

Tickets are available at the Monster Mash website for $99 plus fees.

The Monster Mash festival lineup is starting to look amazing. The first day of the festival hosts Carlos Santana, John Fogerty, and Tedeschi Trucks Band. The second day features Tool, Primus, and Coheed and Cambria. The final day of the festival will feature Puscifer, Linkin Park, Rob Zombie, Deftones, and Halestrom. 


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