STATIC-X To Release 'Cannibal' In March

STATIC-X has set "Cannibal" has the title of its new album, tentatively due late March. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "Cannibal", "Behemoth" and "Chemical Logic". "If you want a taste of the musical direction [on the upcoming album], check out the song 'No Submission' from the 'Saw III' soundtrack," states frontman Wayne Static. "Plans are in the works for a U.S. tour starting in March as well."

In other news, STATIC-X will perform at the Slinging Ink Tattoo Expo on February 24, 2007 at the San Antonio Airport Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas.

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.

(Thanks: Charlie Crew)


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