STATIC-X entered the studio in Los Angeles last month to begin recording their fourth full-length album with producer Ulrich Wild. The band are "excited to be working, for the first time, in the studio with new drummer Nick Oshiro," according to a posting on their web site. In addition, former member Koichi Fukuda is back in the fold for programming and keyboard duties during the recording process. Songtitles from the new, as-yet-untitled album include "Hollow", "I'm The One", "Otsego Amigo", "I Want To Fucking Break It" and "Night Terrors". The album is slated for a spring 2005 release via Warner Bros. Records.STATIC-X's last collection of new recordings, "Shadow Zone", was released in October 2003. A remix-and-rarities disc, "Beneath, Between, Beyond", featuring the band's soundtrack releases as well as early demos, exclusive remixes and never-before-heard material, came out in July.
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