Puscifer Extends 2022 North American Tour, Releases New “Bullet Train To Iowa” Music Video

If you’re a Puscifer fan who missed the rock band’s Existential Reckoning tour this summer, you’re in luck. The Arizona-born band announced Tuesday (July 12) that they will be adding a six-week leg to their North American expedition — news that comes hot on the heels of the band’s brand new music video for a remixed version of “Bullet Train To Iowa.” come.

The theatrical production kicks off for the second time in mid-October in San Francisco and will run until Nov. 22, when the band – made up of members Maynard James Keenan, Carina Round and Mat Mitchell – play their final show in Prescott, Arizona. . In the meantime, Puscifer will make stops in cities like Reno, Houston, New Orleans, Nashville and more while playing the tour’s first Canadian shows in Montreal and Toronto.

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The Existential Reckoning Tour, which kicked off in June this year and lasted a month, supports Puscifer’s 2020 fourth studio album of the same name. The 12-track record peaked at No. 65 on the Billboard 200 and No. 7 on the Top Alternative Albums chart.

One of the songs from the album, “Bullet Train to Iowa”, was recently reinvented by Billy Howerdel, a member of Keenan’s other band, A Perfect Circle. A new music video for the remix was released on Tuesday and features trippy and game-changing visuals created by Meats Meier.

Tickets for the extended leg of the Existential Reckoning tour go on sale at 10 a.m. local time on Friday, July 15. See the dates and watch the new “Bullet Train to Iowa” music video below.

Visit of the existential calculation

October 13 – San Francisco, CA – The Warfield

October 15 – Reno, Nevada – Grand Theater at the Grand Sierra Resort

October 16 – Paso Robles, CA – Vina Robles Amphitheater

October 18 — Escondido, California — California Center for Arts Escondido – Concert Hall

October 20 – Tucson, Arizona – The Linda Ronstadt Music Hall (formerly Tucson Music Hall)

October 21 – El Paso, Texas – Abraham Chavez Theater

October 22 – San Antonio, Texas – Tech Port Center & Arena

October 25 – Houston, Texas – 713 Music Hall

October 26 – Strong. Worth, Texas—Will Rogers Memorial Auditorium

October 28 – New Orleans, Louisiana – Mahalia Jackson Theater

October 29 – Baton Rouge, Louisiana – River Center Theater

October 31 – Nashville, Tann – Ryman Auditorium

November 1 – Charlotte, North Carolina – Ovens Auditorium

November 3 – Norfolk, Virginia – Chrysler Hall

November 4 – Washington, DC – Warner Theater

November 5 – Atlantic City, NJ – Soundwaves at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

November 7 — Montreal, QC — MTelus

November 8 — Toronto, ON — Queen Elizabeth Theater

November 10 – Cincinnati, Ohio – Andrew J. Brady Music Center

November 11 – Louisville, Ky. – Louisville Palace

November 12 – Indianapolis, Ind. – Murat Theater at the Old National Center

November 13 – Madison, Wisconsin – The Orpheum Theater

November 15 – Grand Rapids, Michigan – DeVos Performance Hall

November 17 — St. Louis, Mississippi — The Factory

November 18 – Kansas City, Mississippi – The Midland Theater

November 19 – Tulsa, Okla. – Tulsa Theater

November 22 – Prescott, Arizona – Yavapai College Performing Arts Center

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