Watch The First Trailer For STATIC-X Official Documentary “Evil Disco: The Rise, Fall, And Regeneration Of Static-X”

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In celebration of the 25th anniversary of Static-X‘s legendary debut album, “Wisconsin Death Trip”, the band has released a trailer for its upcoming documentary “Evil Disco: The Rise, Fall, And Regeneration Of Static-X”.

In a message accompanying the trailer’s release, Static-X members Tony Campos (bass), Ken Jay (drums), Koichi Fukuda (guitar), and Xer0 (vocals) collectively wrote: “25 years ago today, Static-X unleashed ‘Wisconsin Death Trip’ onto the world. On this very special anniversary, we would like to share a teaser for the first-ever official Static-X documentary film titled ‘Evil Disco: The Rise, Fall, And Regeneration Of Static-X’. Thank you all for 25 years of amazing memories … So much more to come!”

Static-X has not yet revealed the identity of their touring singer, but rumors have hinted that Dope‘s Edsel Dope may be the anonymous, if not somewhat ominous, frontman who has taken up the mask that is so reminiscent of Static-X‘s late frontman Wayne Static. Whoever this masked singer is one day revealed, he keeps performing alongside Campos, Jay, and Fukuda.

Static – who died after mixing prescription drugs and alcohol, according to the coroner’s report following his death in 2014 – founded Static-X in 1994 and achieved commercial success with “Wisconsin Death Trip”, which included the rock radio hit Push It”. The band issued five more studio albums before disbanding permanently in June 2013.

Static-X‘s “Project Regeneration Vol. 1” LP came out in July 2020. The first of two total volumes, this album featured 12 new tracks, including many of the final vocal performances and musical compositions of Wayne Static. The follow-up album, “Project Regeneration: Vol. 2,” arrived on January 26, 2024. A collection of 14 new songs, the album was produced by Xer0 and mixed/mastered by longtime collaborator Ulrich Wild.

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