Bassist Tony Campos (STATIC-X, ASESINO, MINISTRY) has joined ATTIKA, the Los Angeles-based band which describes its musical style as "extreme rock/metal." The group is currently working on its debut album for a 2010 release.

According to a press release, "ATTIKA is a very aggressive rock band with groove, ripping guitar solos and a singer ready to kick the world of rock in the teeth. With influences ranging from BLACK SABBATH, GODSMACK, PANTERA and ALICE IN CHAINS, ATTIKA is set to take the genre by storm."


Jay Rexx - Vocals
Rusty - Guitars
Tony Campos - Bass
Danielmark - Drums

Upcoming ATTIKA shows:

Feb. 13 - Rainbow Bar & Grill - West Hollywood, California
Feb. 28 - Galaxy Concert Theatre - Santa Ana, California

For more information, visit

STATIC-X frontman Wayne Static is currently focusing on his PIGHAMMER solo project which will tentatively release its debut album sometime this year.

(Thanks: Natalie)


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