Tool and A Perfect Circle singer Maynard James Keenan has made the experimental / electronic / comedic rock band Puscifer his top musical priority as of late, and the collective are set to release the new EP 'Donkey Punch the Night' on Feb. 19. As with Keenan's other projects, fans are always champing at the bit to hear new material, so we're happy to inform you that Puscifer are now streaming the new track 'Breathe' on the band's official website.

Since 2007, Keenan has issued a total of seven releases with Puscifer without a single piece Tool or A Perfect Circle material put out in between. Even after a total of seven studio albums, remix albums and EPs, 'Donkey Punch the Night' will become Keenan's eighth consecutive release with Puscifer. Luckily, we can report with certainty that 'Donkey Punch the Night' is absolutely worth listening to. Along with reworked versions of Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' and Accept's 'Balls to the Wall,' Puscifer have also committed the original tracks 'Dear Brother' and 'Breathe' to the EP, the latter of which is now available for your listening pleasure.

'Breathe' is heavy on the electronic elements Puscifer have harnessed for their many releases, with addictive guitar work resonating during hushed vocal performances by Maynard James Keenan and Carina Round. The multilayered song is perhaps most notable for the interplay Keenan and Round share, having transferred the sensation of sexual desire and frustration into sonic form.

Head over to Puscifer's website and listen to 'Breathe' by clicking the button below!