Tag: Static-X

Throwback: “Nobody’s Real” by Powerman 5000!

Back in 1999 Powerman 5000 released their commercial break through album in “Tonight The Starts Revolt!” with huge singles “Nobody’s Real” and “When Worlds Collide” helping it achieve the success of over one million records sold Worldwide. Vocalist Michael Cummings aka Spider One had been somewhat under the shadow of his older brother Rob Zombie

Review: “Mechanical Temple” by Aois Innealan

Having spent time in the Black Metal Underground scene in South Africa with Scathanna Wept, Daniel Botha became inspired by the work of Septicflesh, Rammstein and Nine Inch Nails to create his own Industrial Metal project as a solo artist, taking the name Aois Innealan (Age of Machinery) as his own and since then he’s

Review: “The Cloven Hand” by Zebadiah Crowe

From the minds of Zebadiah Crowe, the creators of last summers “Host Rider” comes the first of two EPs that promise a further test to your sanity in the bleak mid winter in “The Cloven Hand“. How much of a part Forrrthen and The Horrid played in the creation of these tracks with the exception

Bootleg: Static-X in Toronto!

Another unearthed by Liberated Tape Archive sees Industrial Metal legends Static-X in Toronto Ontario Canada at The Warehouse on 22nd July 1999. These were the “Wisconsin Death Trip” days with the original line up raising Evil Disco Hell across the Globe and joined by Fear Factory guitarist Dino Cazares for set closer “Push It“. May Wayne

NEWS: Static-X want to “Bring You Down”!

While Tripp Eisen and Edsel Dope continue to fire shots at each other in a war of words you can read about here and here, Static-X have allowed the music to do the talking with a music video for “Bring You Down“. It’s another one from the bands now week old “Project Regeneration“, which has

Review: “Project Regeneration Vol. 1” by Static-X

“Project Regeneration” probably has to stand up as one of the most highly anticipated albums of 2020 with original members of Static-X in Tony Campos (bass, backing vocals), Koichi Fukuda (guitars, keyboards programming) and Ken Jay (drums) creating new music around the vocals from unused demos from the much missed and dearly departed Wayne Static.

Interview: Static-X talk to Heavy New York!

As the highly anticipated new Static-X album “Project Regeneration” finally surfaced from the black depths yesterday, drummer Ken Jay spoke to Heavy New York about memories, “Wisconsin Death Trip“, Wayne Static and more. It’s an interesting move as bassist Tony Campos had been the voice of the band in the press up until now. We

NEWS: Celebrate “All These Years” with Static-X!

A new single in “All These Years” has surfaced from Static-X alongside the news that the album “Project Regeneration” is being bumped back to 1st July. The video is directed by Xer0 (Edsel Dope) and co-directed by Matt Zane, a campy narrative set in the bedroom of a young Wayne Static back in the 1970’s