Editor's Note: If you didn't wake up to a flood of video and photos from last night's rock and roll show, did it even happen? A Perfect Circle dropped by Boston's Agganis Arena on Wednesday night (November 8), and their strict no video and photo policy perhaps made more headlines than the band itself. Which is a shame, because Maynard James Keenan's crew have experienced a long-awaited renaissance of late, dropping new single "The Doomed" last month while readying a new album for 2018, their first since 2004's eMOTIVe. Few bands can play arenas 14 years after their last album, but that's the pedigree of A Perfect Circle; and we hear that maybe only 20 or so folks were booted from the venue, a sharp drop from the reported 60 who got removed at the band's recent show in Reading. Armed with an approved photo pass, Scott Murry was at Agganis on behalf of Vanyaland, and you can flip through his full gallery, as well as a few snaps of openers The Beta Machine, below.

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