'Wisconsin Death Trip' is the album that put Static-X on the map and frontman Wayne Static is ready to revisit the classic disc for its 15th anniversary this year.

The singer and his current backing band will play the album in its entirety on a string of dates this year and the first publicly announced show has been revealed. Static and his band will take over the Skyway Theater in Minneapolis, Minn. on June 7. Tickets for the special show are available at this location.

'Wisconsin Death Trip' originally arrived on the scene on March 23, 1999 and yielded such future Static-X classics as 'Push It,' 'I'm With Stupid' and 'Bled for Days.' Though the album only climbed as high as No. 107 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart, it did top the Heatseekers chart that same year.

In recent years, Static and former bassist Tony Campos have squabbled over the rights to the name and due to the ongoing issues, Static is no longer using the Static-X name. However, the frontman and his current cohorts will be able to perform 'Wisconsin Death Trip' in its entirety, along with several other favorites. Stay tuned as more dates will be announced.