Puscifer is already done with 11 songs for his first new album in six years

Puscifer has reported through its social channels that its modern album is well underway.

The attempt will mark the band’s fourth full-length studio discharge and the follow-up to 2015’s “Money Shot.” Based on the latest post, the report should be out in 2021.

With Puscifer earlier in the studio, it’s presumably they can conclud the album long before 2021, but given Tool’s credible tour cycle in base of their as yet untitled highly foreseen album, which lands on 30th of August , the two-year wait makes sense.

As of now, not much is familiar of the new Tool album, other than its release date and the songs “Descending” and “Invincible”, which the group has been operating live. Last week, the band refurbished their logo in progress of the album’s release.

After playing a string of spring and early summer shows, Tool only have a boosting recital at the2019 Aftershock feast in Sacramento, California, coated up for the residue of this year thus far.

“Don’t get me wrong,” Keenan said to the Tempe mob on Thursday night. “I’m pleased to see you, but this is about us re-associating with each other.”

Along with a clip of singer Maynard James Keenan unrolling some new gear, the band note through its social channels.

“Thank you Blue Microphones and Q Drum Co for this marvelous piece. 11 songs in, 1 to go. #puscifer2021”