We'll forgive you if you had to double-check the calendar to make sure it was still 2019 when you read the headline, but Static-X are officially bringing their Wisconsin Death Trip 20th Anniversary tour to Australia with Wednesday 13 and Dope coming along too!
In honour of the band's late vocalist Wayne Static, they'll be performing the debut record in full with the rest of the original lineup from that year which includes Tony Campos, Koichi Fukuda and original drummer Ken Jay, although there isn't any word yet on who will be taking on vocal duties.
Joining them on the five-date trek throughout August will be none other than Murderdolls frontman Wednesday 13 and nu-metal veterans Dope. Tickets are $60 (which is pretty good for three internationals), and will go on sale March 27 here.
Static-X Wisconsin Death Trip 20th Anniversary Australian Tour w/ Wednesday 13 + Dope
Aug 22 - Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane
Aug 23 - Croxton Bandroom, Melbourne
Aug 24 - Metro Theatre, Sydney
Aug 26 - The Gov, Adelaide
Aug 27 - Rock Rover, Perth
“Our intention is to pay ultimate respect to Wayne & celebrate the music that’s been in all of our hearts for more than 20 years. It’s all about channelling the vibe from 1999 to the best of our ability and playing those classic STATIC-X songs live and loud with the fans”
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