Along for the ride is former Limp Bizkit and Marilyn Manson sidekick Wes Borland and his new project, Black Light Burns.

Supporting their fourth release, Today We Are All Demons, Combichrist strikes fear into the hearts of parents in more than two dozen unsuspecting towns, kicking off Jan. 14 at Club Premier in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

Tour stops to date include the Elysium in Austin (Jan. 20), the Marquee in Phoenix (Jan. 22), The Avalon in Los Angeles (Jan. 24), the DNA Lounge in San Francisco (Jan. 25), El Corazon in Seattle (Jan 28), Chicago’s House of Blues (Feb. 4), Detroit’s Majestic Theatre (Feb. 5), the Opera House in Toronto (Feb. 7) The Fillmore at Irving Plaza in NYC (Feb. 11) and ending up on Valentine’s Day at The Masquerade in Atlanta. Scary!

Behind frontman and founder Andy LaPlegua, Combichrist has released three other albums: The Joy of Gunz, Everybody Hates You and the immortal 2007 two-disc epic, What The Fuck Is Wrong With You People?

Black Light Burns is out supporting its CD/DVD package, Cover Your Heart and The Anvil Pants Odyssey.

Featuring tweaked covers of tunes by artists including Duran Duran, P.J. Harvey, The Swans and Sisters of Mercy, this collection has been described by Revolver as a “revealing look into the mind of one of heavy music’s most creative headcases.” Or at least so says their press release.