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Album Review

Fast, cheap, and out of control. This is gutbucket thrash for the most jaded of teenaged parking lot dwellers. After just a few minutes of throbbing power chords and Wayne Static's drunken sailor bellowing you may be ready to end it all, yet there is an undeniable hook to the chunky gloom this band pours out. If that's how you feel, this could be right up your dead-end alley.

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I know Static-X pretty well. I've been a fan since november 99', the first time I saw 'em live. I've seen them opening for Megadeth and supporting this album with the entire set. Young, hungry, and excited they were, and you could feel it just by the energy onstage. In perspective, that show, the band playing a whole set of Wisconsin D.T., is quite possibly in the top 5 best shows I have ever seen. This album is the one that catapulted the band from the L.A. scene, to the world scene. In an era of "nü-metal" where metal was rising up again, (wich was announcing new glory days for metal but eventually turned into a nightmare... but that's another story) Static-X came up with an "industrial" taste wich wasn't all that common in mid 1999. And they nailed it. This album definitly don't offer fancy songwriting or fancy musicianship, but it rages out some brutal grooves and evil growls that tasted pretty damn good for those who were left hungry for more by the likes of Korn & Limp Bizkit. (no offense to their fans) This album is Static-X's masterpiece. To this day, I would consider this one to be in the top 5 best albums of the "nü-metal" era, say 1998-2004. And you guys know there has been quite a bunch of albums made by a bunch of bands in those days, since metal was back and cool again. But anyway, Wisconsin Death Trip stands up as some groovy, intense and violent music. Evil disco, as it was called in those days. The guys would never top or match this album, wich I still put on once in a while even today. The agression of the songs, with the riffs (simple riffs yeah), the voice, the lyrics (best album of the band also lyricwise) still stand out today. A unique album among the band's discography. It's a lot, lot of fun.
Personnal favorites: (even if the whole thing is awesome)
-Push it
-I'm with stupid
-Love dump
-Wisconsin death trip

Get this!

If you dont have this album, give your head a shake. Push it is one of my top 5 songs played. They sound a bit different now but this album is fantastic!


Formed: 1994 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Static-X's roots trace to the Midwest, where vocalist/guitarist Wayne Static grew up in Michigan and drummer Ken Jay in Illinois. They ended up in Chicago separately and met at the record store where Jay worked, introduced to one another by Smashing Pumpkins vocalist Billy Corgan. Static and Jay decided to head west to California and start up a new band. Shortly after their arrival, Osaka native Koichi Fukada responded to the duo's ad and became their new guitarist, as well as programmer. Bassist...
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