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    Psyclon Nine

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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Flesh Harvest lyrics
    2Better Than Suicide lyrics
    3INRI lyrics
    4The Feeding lyrics
    5Divine Infekt (Remix By Tactical Sekt) lyrics
    Rusted lyrics
    7The Feeble Mind lyrics
    Genocide lyrics
    9As You Sleep lyrics
    10Anaesthetic lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Divine Infekt [2003]
    2Crwn Thy Frnicatr [2006]
    3We The Fallen [2009]
    4INRI [2005]


    Summer of 2000 saw a match made in heaven when ex-roommates Marshall Carnage and Josef Heresy decided to form Psyclon Nine. The band started out as a guitar driven industrial band, heavily influenced by KMFDM and Ministry, but the members soon altered their style towards the more aggressive sounding industrial inspiration of bands like Wumpscut, Velvet Acid Christ, and Suicide Commando. Shortly thereafter, the band came together as a whole when Eric Gottesman, the frontman for See Colin Slash joined Carnage and Heresy.

    In 2003, Psyclon Nine released their first album Divine Infekt, on Noitekk. The debut album gained the band popularity very quickly with its extremely fast paced music and lyrics.

    Now, in 2005, the band will release its first U.S. album after signing with Metropolis Records. Hailed as one of the rising stars of the dark electro scene, San Francisco based Psyclon Nine emit the new album INRI. The new record features thirteen tracks of dark, aggressive electro focusing on religious themes. Not an album for the faint of heart, this is an all out assault on the senses. Psyclon Nine deliver their message with top notch production and songwriting with each song custom crafted for the dancefloors. The album also features a scorching cover of the Ministry song "You Know What You Are."

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