MONDAY, MAY 31ST, 2017 

Firehouse 13 

41 Central St,

Providence, RI




Doors: 7:00 PM • Show: 7:30pm
Tickets: ADV $15 • DOS $20
All Ages


Psyclon Nine are an aggrotech group which was formed in 2000 in the San Francisco Bay Area. However, their more recent material has incorporated different musical influences, notably metal, black metal and industrial metal as well as hardstyle.

 In 2009, Psyclon Nine's fourth album "We the Fallen" was the band's first album to chart on the Billboard Charts.



Formed by front-man Danny Blu in 2015, Echo Black is a dance rock band based in New York City. Drawing on the differing influences of each unique member, Echo Black sets out to make evocative and visceral music you can feel in your bones.


Corvin's Breed is an Industrial Metal band from Providence Rhode Island formed by Matty Corvin in 2012. Their music is a blend of heavy metal, industrial, and some elements of rock. Corvin's Breed is known for their heavy use of black makeup and stage antics.


Formed from the cesspool of Philadelphia; Generation Empty stands a singular force, demanding a revolution in a jaded world that has been intellectually deteriorated by chemical lobotomies and social apathy. Originally prescribed as an industrial rock hybrid, Generation Empty experiments with shots of sleazy blues riffs, hits of brutal metal beats, and overdoses of assorted electronic influences.

The mind behind the madness and the leader of the Empty, Tox is devilishly sinister, dirty, and vicious in his lyrics, taking the listener on a dark and personal journey through the depths of human darkness and back. Likened in performance to JImmy Urine, Darby Crash & Marilyn Manson, you can't help but be transfixed. Generation Empty brings a level of dedication to their music that is clearly reflected in the technical aesthetic of their sound, allowing a wide appeal that spans multiple genres and defies catagorization. 

They independently released of the EP 'Incubated' in early 2014 as a precursor to their upcoming full length album, 'The Art of Dehumanization'. The 2016 release of 'Dehumanization' offers more than standard industrial rock, however. While the influences are clearly identified, they manage to retain an individual sound while still paying homage to their 90's industrial metal roots. No genre is safe from their prying hands, as they violate hip-hop, drum & bass, dupstep, metal, and rock.

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