Origin: Los Angeles, CA, USA
Genres: Nu-Metal
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Static-X  


Led by one of the most visually striking vocalists in nu-metal in Wayne Static (he with the outrageous stand-up hair), Static-X unleashed their debut album, Wisconsin Death Trip, in 1999, shortly after signing to Warner Brothers Records. Their intense, industrial-tinged nu-metal style, mixing a bit of White Zombie and Fear Factory with a nu-metal base, won them a large fan base, and they maintained a loyal following despited the decline of nu-metal in the intervening years. The band began to unravel after the 2009 release of Cult Of Static, with core members Tony Campos and Koichi Fukuda leaving the band altogether. Wayne took up a solo career, and then resurrected the Static-X name by touring with his solo project members (apparently Campos granted the use of the name through some legal arrangement). That lasted until June 2013, when Wayne disbanded the group once again, and a year later he passed away.

Current Members

Wayne Static

vocals/guitars/programming RIP: October 13, 2014, age 48

Koichi Fukuda

guitars/keyboards/programming

Tony Campos

bass/backing vocals (Asesino, Ministry, Prong, Soulfly)

Nick Oshiro

drums

Former Members/Guests

Tripp Eisen

guitars (Murderdolls)

Ken Jay

drums

Josh Freese

drums (Medication, Suicidal Tendencies)


Discography



Wisconsin Death Trip 
1999 Warner Bros.
  1. Push It
  2. I'm with Stupid
  3. Bled for Days
  4. Love Dump
  5. I Am
  6. Ostegolation
  7. Stem
  8. Sweat of the Bud
  9. Fix
  10. Wisconsin Death Trip
  11. The Trance is the Motion
  12. December
  • Wayne Static
  • Koichi Fukuda
  • Tony Campos
  • Ken Jay




Machine 
2001 Warner Bros.
  1. Bien Venidos
  2. Get to the Gone
  3. Permanence
  4. Black and White
  5. This Is Not
  6. Otsego Undead
  7. Cold
  8. Structural Defect
  9. ...In a Bag
  10. Burn to Burn
  11. Machine
  12. A Dios Alma Perdida
  • Wayne Static
  • Tripp Eisen
  • Tony Campos
  • Ken Jay

Reviews:   Blabbermouth 



Shadow Zone 
2003 Warner Bros.
  1. Destroy All
  2. Control It
  3. New Pain
  4. Shadow Zone
  5. Dead World
  6. Monster
  7. The Only
  8. Kill Your Idols
  9. All In Wait
  10. Otsegolectric
  11. So
  12. Transmission
  13. I Feel Nothing
  • Wayne Static
  • Tripp Eisen
  • Tony Campos
  • Ken Jay
  • Josh Freese




Beneath, Between, Beyond 
2004 Warner Bros.
  1. Breathe
  2. Deliver Me
  3. Anything But This
  4. S.O.M.
  5. Down
  6. Head
  7. So Real
  8. Crash
  9. Push It (JB's Death Trance mix)
  10. I'm With Stupid (Paul Barker remix)
  11. Burning Inside
  12. Behind The Wall Of Sleep
  13. Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
  14. I Am (Demo)
  15. Love Dump (Demo)
  16. Get To The Gone (Demo)
  17. New Pain (Demo)
  18. Otsegolectric (Demo)




Start A War 
2005 Warner Bros.
  1. Enemy, The
  2. I'm The One
  3. Start A War
  4. Pieces
  5. Dirthouse
  6. Skinnyman
  7. Just In Case
  8. Set It Off
  9. I Want To Fucking Break It
  10. Night Terrors
  11. Otsego Amigo
  12. My Damnation
  13. Brainfog
  • Wayne Static
  • Koichi Fukuda
  • Tony Campos
  • Nick Oshiro

Reviews:   Blabbermouth  Sea Of Tranquility 



Cannibal 
2007 Warner Bros.
  1. Cannibal
  2. No Submission
  3. Behemoth
  4. Chemical Logic
  5. Destroyer
  6. Forty Ways
  7. Chroma-Matic
  8. Cuts You Up
  9. Reptile
  10. Electric Pulse
  11. Goat
  12. Team Hate
  • Wayne Static
  • Koichi Fukuda
  • Tony Campos
  • Nick Oshiro

Reviews:   Blabbermouth 



Cannibal Killers Live 
2008 Warner Bros.




Cult Of Static 
2009 Reprise
  1. Lunatic
  2. Z28
  3. Terminal
  4. Hypure
  5. Tera-Fied
  6. Stingwray
  7. You Am I
  8. Isolaytore
  9. Nocturnally
  10. Skinned
  11. Grind 2 Halt
  • Wayne Static
  • Koichi Fukuda
  • Tony Campos
  • Nick Oshiro

Reviews:   Sea Of Tranquility 

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