Somewhere far beyond the orbital buffer, The Boognish smiles down upon the prophet brothers, Dean and Gene Ween, as they continue their resurgence that started with a reunion just two years ago. Mickey Melchiondo and Aaron Freeman (Dean and Gene, respectively) began their careers in junior high, self-releasing Ween’s first six tapes in five years. Since then, Ween has gone on to be one of the most enduring and celebrated cult music acts. Beginning as a chaotic blender of genres, sounds and illicit substances, the band has backed off some of its earlier vices and slapdash productions, allowing its sound and its two members to mature. Ween’s latest release, 2016’s GodWeenSatan: Live, is a retread of its first studio album and reminds us why a Ween reunion was so anticipated. What more perfect way to celebrate Hallo-Ween than by howling at the moon for The Boognish to hear?