No matter the scenario Psyclon Nine will push forward and ‘We The Fallen’ will become a very harsh reality very soon. We know that each of you reading this cares just as much about this album and this band as the next fan and in the end it’s that caring that really motivates us to do what we do. If you read this and are able to donate a few dollars to the cause it would mean a lot to us. If you cannot then don’t worry about it. We know that you’re all out to support us and we look forward to meeting you all out on the road and being able to show you our new album from the stage.”
Posted in: World– April 21, 2009
Psyclon Nine recently posted an update on their Myspace detailing that Vlixx from the band Helltrash would be their new keyboard/percussion and synth player and that he would join new drummer Jon Siren.
They also posted a statement regarding the new album ‘We The Fallen’ which will be produced by Godhead’s vocalist Jason Miller.
Nero Bellum (vocals) said: “As you know, Psyclon Nine has been in the studio recording our 4th full length album: ‘We The Fallen.’ Working with Jason Miller has been an amazing experiance and he has really been helping to bring Psyclon Nine sonically to the next level. We have also begun booking tours to support the release of ‘We The Fallen’. With any luck we should be doing a full headlining North American tour this summer followed shortly after by a European run.”
The update continues as Nero talks about the band’s new album and needing the fans’ support:
“While everything seems as if it is coming together nicely, some help would be greatly appreciated. Never the type of people to ask for anything… We’ve done everything by ourselfs to get to this point…We recently placed a donation button on our Myspace page. We realize that these are very hard times for mostly everyone out there and that doesn’t exclude the full time musician. While we might have a little help from the labels to put us in the studio we’ve had to put our personal and business lives on hiatus while focusing on making ‘We The Fallen’ the best Psyclon Nine album to date. That means that while we’ve been in the studio we’ve had no source of income and have been living day to day, dollar to dollar. Helping each other when we can with what we have.
Watch the video for ‘Parasitic’ below: