Static-X ‘Stingwray’ Video

Static-X are out with the video to their new single ‘Stingwray’, off the Los Angeles industrial metal band’s sixth studio album ‘Cult of Static’, out now on Reprise. Watch it via MySpace Video below.

Static-X Discuss ‘Cult Of Static’ With Chicago’s Q101.1

Static-X discussed their new, darker record ‘Cult of Static’ with Ryan Manno of Chicago’s Q101.1 while at press row at the Staples Center in Los Angeles ahead of Sunday’s 2009 Grammy Awards. “Just as heavy as our last record ‘Cannibal’,” Wayne Static said of the new release. “But there’s a lot more depth to it… It’s very epic for us. Normally our songs last about 2 1/2 minutes, and there’s 5 and 6 minute songs on this record. You can really chill out to this and have a great time. There’s parts that are really super heavy and shreddy, and there’s parts that are moody and dark.” Watch the interview below.

Static-X’s Tony Campos At NAMM 09

Altitude TV caught up with Tony Campos of Static-X at NAMM 09 in Anaheim earlier this month, where the bassist talked about the new single and video off the band’s forthcoming album ‘Cult of Static’. Tony said that the band will be releasing the album in March, then hit the road on the SnoCore Tour, perhaps with Saliva. After that, they’ll be doing a headliner. Look for ‘Stingray’ to be the first single/video off ‘Cult of Static’. Watch the interview below.

No Rest For Static-X

Wayne Static tells Dan Condon of Time Off magazine that the Los Angeles band are set to begin work on the follow-up to their 2007 disc ‘Cannibal’ after their Australian tour wraps up. “After the Australian tour we’re gonna go home right away and start writing the next record,” the frontman said. “I plan on working very hard on that and hopefully we’ll have the next record out in the middle of next year. I haven’t actually written anything but I know exactly what I want to do. I have a lot of great ideas brewing in my head and I’m really looking forward to getting started on it, actually.” The article at has since been removed.

Ozzfest 2007 Hits Mountain View

Static-X, Lamb Of God, Mondo Generator, Lordi, and 3 Inches of Blood performed as part of Ozzfest 2007 at Shoreline Amphitheatre on July 19th in Mountain View, California. Check out pictures from GettyImages. Watch fan filmed highlight clips from YouTube.

Former Static-X Guitarist Out Of Prison


MTV News reports that former Static-X and Dope guitarist Tripp Eisen was released from a California state prison last week, a little more than six months after his arrest on a single crimes-against-children count. His attorney Steve Meister told MTV that because Eisen pleaded guilty to felonies that weren’t “as serious,” he was only required to serve half of his one-year sentence. Eisen “made a mistake, he owned up to it, and he paid his penance,” the attorney said. Read more.

Police: Static-X Guitarist Used Internet To Molest Teen


New Jersey’s Asbury Park Press reports that Static-X guitarist Tod Rex Salvador, aka Tripp Eisen, was apprehended Thursday in Orange County, California by two detectives from New Jersey, authorities said. The Burbank rocker was charged with kidnapping, aggravated sexual assault, luring to entice a 14-year-old Sayreville minor through the internet and endangering the welfare of a child. If convicted, he faces a maximum of 30 years in prison on the kidnapping charge alone.