Wayne Static Album Stream
2011-09-23 by Jeremy Bentham | 23 Comments
Static-X front man Wayne Static has made his debut solo album, Pighammer available for streaming on his facebook ahead of its October 4th release date.

www.facebook.com/waynestatic?sk=app_176217385757369
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Satellite
September 23rd 2011
20822 Comments


finally

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
September 23rd 2011
22004 Comments


aoty

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BassDemon333
September 23rd 2011
3399 Comments


This is much better than Static-X's latest, the thing is he doesn't do much to make his solo project sound any different FROM Static-X

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MutnikSpusic
September 23rd 2011
560 Comments


i was dying to listen

Ire
September 23rd 2011
41794 Comments


rules

itchy
September 23rd 2011
244 Comments


I surely am not going to "Like" this shit on Facebook just so I can confirm that I, in fact, don't like it.

Blindsided
September 23rd 2011
1871 Comments


no one cares.

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cagedescending
September 23rd 2011
4124 Comments


i didn't even listen to it but aotyay

ManicDemise
September 23rd 2011
434 Comments


It's got a couple really good tracks, but overall a disappointment. Even Cult Of Static was better than this.

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HeathenEarthling
September 23rd 2011
91 Comments


What itchy said.

RosaParks
September 23rd 2011
14924 Comments


sweet hair

TomArnoldsArmpit
September 23rd 2011
3012 Comments


ew


Mordecai.
September 23rd 2011
8279 Comments


This is much better than Static-X's latest, the thing is he doesn't do much to make his solo project sound any different FROM Static-X


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Rev
September 24th 2011
9436 Comments


i like static x gonna listen


fukk tha haters

BassDemon333
September 24th 2011
3399 Comments


Theres no way Cult of Static is better than this. He went for a Wisconsin Death Trip type sound on this except with more of a heavy guitar tone.

Wizard
September 24th 2011
19491 Comments


This isn't too bad so far, kind of a nostalgia trip for me.

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BassDemon333
September 24th 2011
3399 Comments


Yeah, reminds me a lot of Death Trip

theacademy
Staff Reviewer
September 24th 2011
28629 Comments


man i gotta re-download some old static

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BassDemon333
September 24th 2011
3399 Comments


Wisconsin Death Trip and Machine are great albums. Actually, everything Static-X has done has some enjoyable tracks except Cult.

Rev
September 24th 2011
9436 Comments


I hate Start a War, but I enjoyed a few of the songs off Cult

BassDemon333
September 24th 2011
3399 Comments


I love Start a War, but Lunatic is the only song off of Cult that I still enjoy.

YouGotLucky
September 25th 2011
946 Comments


Pretty good. He's an annoying douche though, and his girlfriend is a worn out whore who's annoying just like him.

TheArkitecht
September 26th 2011
1672 Comments


lol never gonna listen...ever.



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