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From the moment Wisconsin Death Trip was released to an unsuspecting world, Static-X stood above. Their industrial alt-rock hybrid “Evil Disco” shook metal from its stagnant state and redefined what can be done with heavy music.
This May, Static-X return to Australia to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their highly acclaimed album Machine with a setlist that includes a slew of songs from their expansive career; from their iconic debut, Wisconsin Death Trip, through to their latest and aptly titledProject:Regeneration Vol 1
Joining Static-X for the tour are SOiL; pioneers of a sound that gave the world bands such as Godsmack, Spineshank and Mudvayne, SOiL’s influence goes deep. Frontman Ryan McCombs powerful vocals spawned a thousand imitators and they were one of leading acts to modernise rock at the turn of the century…The band will be performing their groundbreaking album. Scars, in full as well as other favourites.
TOURING MAY 2023Friday 19: Northcote Theatre, MelbourneSaturday 20: The Metro, SydneySunday 21: Eatons Hill, Brisbane
TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY, JANUARY 27
Details & Ticketing Links will be live on announcement atthephoenix.au

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