STATIC-X Interviewed By Dayton, Ohio's 103.9 THE X; Audio Available

Nudge of the Dayton, Ohio radio station 103.9 The X recently conducted separate interviews with Wayne Static (guitar, vocals) and Tony Campos (bass) of Los Angeles metallers STATIC-X. Both chats are now available for streaming at this location. They can also be heard using the audio players below.

Wayne Static interview:

Tony Campos interview:

STATIC-X is recording most of its live performances from the current Pedal To The Metal tour with BLACK LABEL SOCIETY and MUDVAYNE and making them available to fans on a USB wristband for purchase at the STATIC-X merch booth right after the show. The USB sticks not only feature the night's performance audio but also a variety of exclusive bonus material put together by the band especially for their fans, such as a personal message to fans in the city of the show, a brand new picture gallery, several "Behind The Scenes – The Making of The Cult Of Static" video clips and links to related web sites.

"Cult of Static", the new album from STATIC-X, sold 19,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to debut at position No. 16 on The Billboard 200 chart.

STATIC-X's previous CD, "Cannibal", opened with more than 30,000 copies back in April 2007 to land at No. 36. This represented a slight drop from the 35,000 tally registered by the band's "Start a War" album, which came out in June 2005 and debuted at No. 29.

As previously reported, STATIC-X has tapped drummer Will Hunt (EVANESCENCE, DARK NEW DAY, ex-SKRAPE, TOMMY LEE) to fill in for Nick Oshiro on the group's current tour. Hunt also appears in STATIC-X's new video for the song "Stingwray".

Oshiro is reportedly "taking a break" from STATIC-X, but has not officially left the band.

The Best Buy-exclusive version of "Cult of Static" features two bonus tracks"W.F.O." and a cover of MÖTLEY CRÜE's "Looks That Kill".


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