Rob Zombie has announced he will be heading out on tour with Mudvayne, Static-X, and Powerman 5000. The tour dates for the run are as follows: 7/20 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – St. Louis, MO 7/21 – Noblesville, IN – Ruoff Music Centre 7/23 – Bristow, VA – Jiffy Lube Live 7/24 – Charlotte, NC – PNC Music
  Static-X has released a video for their song “Terminator Oscillator” from the band’s latest album Project Regeneration Vol. 1. You can find the video below. The band offered the following regarding the video: “We wanted to do something outside of what you would generally expect to see from a metal band music video. The video
  Static-X has announced that they will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their gold-certified 2001 sophomore album Machine next year with their ‘Rise Of The Machine Tour‘. The tour will feature Fear Factory and Dope, with Mushroomhead and Twiztid on select dates. Fear Factory will also be celebrating their 30th anniversary on tour and will tour with their yet-to-be-named new frontman. Dope
  Static-X has released a music video for the track “Bring You Down” from their latest album Project Regeneration, Vol. 1. You can find that video below. The album is the first of two volumes that the remaining band members have put together with unreleased vocal recordings of the band’s late frontman Wayne Static. There has
  Static-X‘s upcoming new album Project Regeneration Vol. 1‘s digital/CD production has been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and will now see a release on July 10th, instead of the originally slated May 29th release. Vinyl will be released on August 14th. The band’s surviving members Tony Camps, Koichi Fukuda, and Key Jay used unreleased studio recordings that were
Static-X has announced that they have so much new material that the upcoming album called “Project Regeneration” will be released as a double album released in two separate parts. The first is scheduled to release on May 29th. No date has been announced for the second part as of yet. The band wrote the tracks
More bands have been announced for the fourth annual “Blue Ridge Rock Festival” which will take place September 18th-20th at the Appomattox Community Park in Appomattox, VA. Bands announced thus far are: Static-X Sevendust August Burns Red Knocked Loose Motionless In White The Pretty Reckless Nonpoint Rev Run (of RUN DMC) Gemini Syndrome Below 7 Artwork For