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Greg Puciato Gives Early Digital Release To New Solo Album “Mirrorcell”, Announces First Live Show


Greg Puciato has given an early digital release to his sophomore solo album “Mirrorcell“. Those eager to hear the effort a week in advance of its proper July 01st release across physical and streaming formats, can check it out now exclusively via Bandcamp.

In other news, the former The Dillinger Escape Plan frontman (and current member of Jerry Cantrell‘s live band) has announced the date for his debut solo live performance. He’ll take to the stage at Don Quixote in Los Angeles, CA on November 11th with tickets available here.

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Speaking on this early digital release, Puciato explained:

“I got word yesterday that the record leaked, so at that point I just wanted people to be able to have it in a legit way; especially people who paid or are paying for it. Plus I’m happy to get it out there anyway, it’s sorta been burning a hole in my pocket anyway. The leak doesn’t bum me. Shit happens.”

As for his first proper live show, he commented:

“This has been a long time coming. I wasn’t able to play any of my own stuff live around the release of the first album, because of covid, and the only shows I’ve played since then have been with Cantrell (I’m in Germany with that tour as we speak ). But ya know what? The timing feels right. So this is gonna be a special moment for me…first solo show ever. It’ll be one to remember.”

If Bandcamp isn’t your thing, Puciato also debuted another new track from the effort by the name of “No More Lives To Go” today. You can check it out here.

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