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Static-X

Shadow Zone [CD & DVD]

Format: CD   Release Date: 10/07/2003
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    Track Title

    Time

  1. Destroy All 2:18
  2. Control It 3:05
  3. New Pain 2:57
  4. Shadow Zone 3:05
  5. Dead World 2:47
  6. Monster 2:14
  7. The Only 2:51
  8. Kill Your Idols 4:00
  9. All in Wait 4:01
  10. Otsegolectric 2:39
  11. So 3:40
  12. Transmission 1:38
  13. Invincible 4:05
  14. X-Posed [DVD]

Static-X's Shadow Zone seems to have arrived via wormhole from 1998. In songs like "Kill Your Idols," "Destroy All," and "Monster," Wayne Static -- who's never sounded more like Korn's Jonathan Davis -- yells "My head's a loaded gun" and "Breathing, killing, seething, willing" over thudding thrash busied up with electronic fuzz. Producer Josh Abraham (Orgy, Crazy Town) buries the drumming behind a wall of guitars, and by mid-album, "The Only"'s foray into Stabbing Westward-style electro-industrial provides depth by heading in a different direction. (Even here, Static's vocal still resembles Davis.) Reliance on formula has always been admissible in metal, and Static-X are indeed formulaic on Shadow Zone, although as the album draws to a close, "So" and "Invincible" debut some sort of double-track effect on Static's voice, which makes him sound like Layne Staley instead of Davis. [The album is also available with an accompanying DVD that features behind-the-scenes footage, live performances, and fun facts.] ~ Johnny Loftus, Rovi

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