Psyclon Nine: Ruinatwour 10 year anniversary tour

Psyclon Nine

Striplicker, Justin Symbol, The Union

All Ages
Psyclon Nine: Ruinatwour [10 year anniversary of We The Fallen tour] with The union, Striplicker and Justin Symbol

ALL AGES // $12 Adv // $15 Dos // 7PM

Since forming in the year 2000 Psyclon Nine has cemented it’s name into the

history books as one of the most infamous and successful bands of the

Industrial and Metal crossover genres.

Each of Psyclon Nine’s 6 full


length releases have charted internati


appearing in the Top 10 of the DAC and landing a position on the Top 200

Billboard Rock Charts in the USA. Their music video for Parasitic would go

on to become the most viewed Industrial music video at over 5 million views

and counting.


Nine garnered a large, die


hard fan base while touring with

Metropolis Records label mates Mindless Self Indulgence as well as other

international acts such as Mushroomhead, TigerArmy and appearing as a

headlining act three times at the Wave Gotik Treffen

festival in Leipzig

Germany to an audience of over 30,000 fans.

After their recent, successful Tour Of The Worm Infektion in the USA in

support of their newest release Icon Of The Adversary, Psyclon Nine is

preparing to tour once more in celebration of

the 10 year anniversary of their

4th full length album We The Fallen and subsequent “Ruinatour”. The

forthcoming RuinaTWOr will include band members Tim Skold (Marilyn

Manson, KMFDM) on guitar, Matthew Setzer (Skinny Puppy, Ohgr) on

synthesizer as well as

Jon Siren (IAMX, Front Line Assembly) on drums.

We The Fallen has been described as the pivotal, breakout album for Psyclon

Nine. It was the bands first album to appear on the Billboard Rock Charts,

became the Number 2 album through Hottopic and would c

atapult the band

from a genre


specific scene into the greater alternative world. This 10 year

anniversary tour will see Psyclon Nine performing We The Fallen in its

entirety along with select tracks from their entire back catalogue.

Regarding their 2018

release, Metropolis Records had this to say about Icon

Of The Adversary


“Blending concussive, machine


precise drums,

Venue Information:
Mesa Theater
538 Main ST
Grand Junction, CO, 81501