Puscifer has released their first new track in almost five years, with a music video of Maynard James Keenan busting a move.

The new song is called “Apocalyptical” and originally was waiting for release because of Maynard’s focus on Tool, but with tours being postponed, we got to hear it early instead. This is what he had to say about the song in a recent press release:

“Manipulated information disseminated by kings, queens, dictators, so called leaders, supposed professionals or outliers and conspiracy theorists living underground, or in basements, is not new or unique to this generation. Misdirection is Power Struggles’ conjoined twin but the speed at which it now travels in this digital age is dangerous and destructive on many levels. This rapid distribution of poison and its immediate impact will be the hallmark of our generation. Even In light of all this, and all the noise the digital landscape generates, all I keep asking myself is ‘what is it with the whole hoarding toilet paper thing?’”

“Apocalyptical” was written before the pandemic, however, the music video is full of images related to COVID-19.

“What we wrote back in August colliding with what’s actually happening right now with the visuals [in the video] is kind of a nice marriage.”

With the release of the new song, Maynard also confirmed the release of a new album and tour.

For more information on the song, you can watch Maynard’s interview with Apple Music HERE.