Greg Puciato releases ‘F*ck Content’ Album via Federal Prisoner

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By December 18, 2020 Culture, News

Greg Puciato, who recently debuted the performance-meets-recording film “Fuck Content,” has made both the video and its audio companion available via Bandcamp ( with wider distribution (Spotify, iTunes, Apple Music, etc.) on Dec. 25.

The 16-track release features five new songs not available on Puciato’s critically-acclaimed sophomore debut, Child Soldier: Creator of God, as well as live versions of nine of the album tracks. Vinyl pre-orders are also available including a black and red marble 2LP vinyl (250 copies) of Child Soldier: Creator of God, and the Fuck Content live album available on 2LP red vinyl with black blob as well as 2LP clear vinyl with red blob (both available in editions of 500). Other collectables include a Blu-ray version of the film, a signed and numbered commemorative poster, and various Jesse Draxler-designed merch items.

Fuck Content tracklist:

  1. You, Staring at Me, Staring at You *

  2. Heaven of Stone (live)

  3. Creator of God (live)

  4. Fire For Water (live)

  5. Deep Set (live)

  6. Fireflies (live)

  7. Do You Need Me To Remind You (live)

  8. Absence Excerpt (live)

  9. Roach Hiss (live)

  10. Down When I’m Not (live)

  11. Evacuation (live)

  12. September City (live)

  13. Absence As A Presence *

  14. Don’t Wanna Deal *

  15. Crazy All Around *

  16. Lying At The Bottom of the Sky *

*= Previously unreleased songs

“Fuck Content” is a reflection of where Puciato is in his post-The Dillinger Escape Plan life.

His solo debut, Child Soldier: Creator of God, arrived the previous month, with Consequence of Sound saying the 15-song album delivers “an experimental yet heavy sound that echoes Puciato’s versatility as an artist.”

Puciato released four videos to accompany the release: “Do You Need Me to Remind You?” (, “A Pair of Questions” (, “Deep Set” ( ), and “Fire For Water” ( In addition to writing and recording two high profile releases, Puciato surprised fans at the end of last year by joining Alice in Chains’ Jerry Cantrell for a pair of special performances.

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