STATIC-X: New Song 'Destroyer' Posted Online

STATIC-X's new single, "Destroyer", is available for streaming from the Warner Bros. web site: Quicktime 128K, Quicktime 56K. The song comes off the group's new album, "Cannibal", due on April 3 via Reprise. The "Destroyer" single will go for radio adds on February 19-20.

"Cannibal" (view artwork at this location) track listing:

01. Cannibal
02. No Submission
03. Behemoth
04. Chemical Logic
05. Destroyer
06. Forty Ways
07. Chroma-matic
08. Cuts You Up
09. Reptile
10. Electric Pulse
11. Goat
12. Team Hate

STATIC-X's latest album, "Start a War", came out in June 2005 via Warner Bros. Records. The follow-up to 2003's "Shadow Zone" was produced by Ulrich Wild and was the group's first release with new drummer Nick Oshiro. Early STATIC-X guitarist Koichi Fukuda — who officially rejoined the band in March 2005 — handled the programming and keyboard duties during the recording process.


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