The three living original members of Static-X will pay tribute to their late frontman Wayne Static and the 20th anniversary of their breakout debut album, Wisconsin Death Trip, with an album and tour next year.
They're calling it Project Regeneration and have posted a teaser featuring a new music video, snippets of five new Static-X tracks and a message from bassist Tony Campos about the reunion. You can find it on YouTube, at Static-X.org, and below.
Project Regeneration will include a number of unfinished tracks Wayne Static wrote and sang before he passed away in 2015. Campos says they're looking for guest singers for another handful and that they've "confirmed interest" from friends of the band, including David Draiman, Ivan Moody, Al Jorgensen, Dez Fafara, Edsel Dope and Burton C. Bell.
The band plans multiple video updates and a series of Facebook Live chats over the next few months to update fans on the progress of both the Project Regeneration album and tour.