Tool and Puscifer frontman Maynard James Keenan was recently interviewed by Spencer Kaufman of Consequence this week and talked about how his health status is after having COVID-19 twice. He also opened up on how they decided to make a live stream named ‘Billy D and the Hall of Feathered Serpents.’

As you may follow Puscifer’s social media accounts, ‘Billy D and The Hall of Feathered Serpents featuring Money $hot by Puscifer’ will stream online on April 18 and this will be the band’s first-ever live event after many times. The fans can still buy the tickets for the event via the official website of Puscifer.

While talking about the upcoming event, Maynard cleared the air about his current health status by admitting that he doesn’t have lingering effects of the virus after having contracted coronavirus twice.

Let’s check out what he said about his current health status:

“Not that I’m aware of. Everything’s grand.”

And here is the story of the upcoming live streaming event of Puscifer:

“The answer we usually give when people say, ‘What is Puscifer? is: What is Puscifer is what Puscifer is,’ and then they ask, ‘What’s in the briefcase?,’ and we say, ‘Puscifer.’ Got it? With this process of filming, it really gives us a lot of flexibility to do things that we were unable to do live – great setups and some continuity to the show, with the wrestlers, with Billy D, with some obscure storylines.

It was already a great fun show and we were very proud of it. And now to have it in a setting like the Mayan Theater just takes it up a notch. That place is creepy and crazy and beautiful.”

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