Reunited STATIC-X Performs In Houston Tuesday June 25 2019, 7:00 AM
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Reunited STATIC-X Performs In Houston

Fan-filmed video footage of STATIC-X 's June 22 concert at Warehouse Live in Houston, Texas can be viewed below (courtesy of YouTube user " GuitarVfxHeaven ").

STATIC-X kicked off its reunion tour on June 18 in Tempe, Arizona. The North American trek, which celebrates the 20th anniversary of STATIC-X 's platinum-certified "Wisconsin Death Trip" album and pays homage to late STATIC-X frontman Wayne Static , features co-headliner DEVILDRIVER and support from DOPE .

While the identity of STATIC-X 's touring singer has not been officially revealed, strong rumors suggest that DOPE frontman Edsel Dope is pulling double duty during the trek and performing with drummer Ken Jay , guitarist Koichi Fukuda and bassist Tony Campos .

"Project Regeneration" , featuring the last recordings of Static , will be released later this year. The rest of the group's original lineup will also be featured on the album and in the music videos.

STATIC-X is currently focused on finishing 12 tracks for "Project Regeneration" , with almost all of them set to feature Wayne 's lead vocals.

STATIC-X is in the process of finalizing a label partner in order to ensure that "Project Regeneration" will be promoted and distributed worldwide, just like all of the band's previous albums.

Last fall, STATIC-X released a teaser featuring clips from a brand-new music video, as well as five new STATIC-X tracks — "Road To Hell" , "Something Of My Own" , "Terminator Oscillator" , "Hollow" and "Disco Otsego" — along with a personal message from Campos about the inspiration behind "Project Regeneration" .

Wayne Static died in November 2014 after mixing Xanax and other powerful prescription drugs with alcohol, according to the coroner's report. The 48-year-old, whose real name was Wayne Richard Wells , was found dead in his Landers, California home.

Static founded STATIC-X in 1994 and achieved commercial success with "Wisconsin Death Trip" , which included the rock radio hit "Push It" .

The group issued five more studio albums before disbanding permanently in June 2013. Static had been pursuing a solo career at the time of his death.




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