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Static X Rip Apart New York City – Concert Review + Photo Gallery

Liz Ramanand, Loudwire

The foundation of New York City’s Gramercy Theater (Aug. 21) shook as Static X rolled into town for their Noise Revolution Tour with support from Davey Suicide and 9 Electric.

Wayne Static and the rest of the gang kicked off their set with ‘Wisconsin Death Trip,’ and proceed to play fan favorites such as ‘Love Dump,’ ‘Bled For Days,’ ‘I’m With Stupid’ and of course ‘Push It,’ among numerous other tunes.

Not to mention, the band also played ‘Pighammer’ off of Wayne’s solo album of the same name. The very energetic crowd got jumping, moshing and singing to all of the songs on a Tuesday night as if it were the start of the weekend.

California group Davey Suicide put on a solid performance as they donned face and body paint onstage, while fellow L.A band 9 Electric also served as support and gained some East Coast fans as frontman Thunderwood took command of the stage with his vigorous presence.

Static X will be on tour until mid September. For a full list of cities and dates for the Noise Revolution Tour, go here. Check out photos from the NYC show below:

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Davey Suicide:
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