That's a pretty accurate title, huh? The "Grand Canyon" video (directed by Adam Rothlein) is a series of fancy panoramas, similar to what you'd see at the IMAX theater at a big-time museum. When Keenan and Carina Round sing, "Witnessing the majesty, standing on the edge of forever," a flyover shot of the canyon is about as accurate as you can get. And for such a slow-burning, rhythm-driven track, six minutes of nature's wonder fits the bill.
As for the Puscifer album, it's called Money Shot and drops Oct. 30 via Puscifer Entertainment. It's the band's third album overall and follows 2011's Conditions of My Parole.
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"It's extremely satisfying to witness simple conversations and ideas transform into completed sonic landscapes. And to have these stories go above and beyond the initial ideas makes my grumpy heart swell three sizes," the apparently Grinch-like Keenan said in a press release.
Puscifer's lineup has shifted greatly over time; for this album cycle, it will include Keenan, Round, Juliette Commagere, Devo Keenan, Tim Alexander, Jon Theodore, Jeff Friedl and Matt McJunkins.