“God Speed, Malcolm.”
A Perfect Circle
“Many thanks to those of you who saw right through this despicable false claim that only does damage to the #metoo movement.”
It’s out on 4/20, and the album art is fuuuuuuucked.
A new album is on the way, and here’s our first taste.
“You may as well just superglue your hand down your pants because it’s not coming out of there for a while.”
A cheeky hashtag has fans talking.
The new tunes just keep coming.
Oh yes yes.
Things are finally coming full circle.
“For some things yes, I see a plan. For others I see roadblocks.”
“All due respect to all of those musicians.”
A Perfect Circle guitarist and co-founder Billy Howerdel has revealed his desire to record a new APC album, citing singer Maynard James Keenan‘s work with his flagship project, Tool, as the primary road block in the way of a fourth studio album. “I hope to, but I know, Maynard is in full Tool mode right
There are a plethora of words you could use to describe By And Down the first sonic offering from progressive rock wizards A Perfect Circle but disappointing isn’t one of them. It seems that after all these years Maynard James Keenan, Billy Howerdel and friends are just as moody as they were back in 2004.
Alt-rock icon Maynard James Keenan has made good on last week’s Instagram promise, when he assured fans that “Music [was] happening on all fronts.” It’s been revealed A Perfect Circle‘s upcoming greatest hits compilation, Three Sixty is set to feature a brand new song. Scheduled for a 19th November release date, Three Sixty will feature
Iconic alt-metal frontman and wine enthusiast Maynard James Keenan has taken to Instagram to assure fans that they can expect music from all three of his major projects including flagship Tool, as well as A Perfect Circle and Puscifer to surface in the near future. The notoriously evasive frontman, who most often declines discussing the
Maynard James Keenan, I am in awe of your abilities. But, sir, with all due respect…please cut the crap. Keenan has made two references in the past couple of weeks to the fact that no songs have been written for the forthcoming Tool album, despite drummer Danny Carey telling the world the exact opposite. They