Society 1 Tapped As Support For Upcoming Static-X Tour

Courtesy: Carcosa PR

Industrial rock band Society 1 will join Static-X on the road in the new year.

The band has been tapped as one of many well-known bands that will serve as support on Static-X’s upcoming “Rise of the Machine North American Tour 2022.” The announcement was made in a press release distributed Wednesday.

The band’s time on the tour is scheduled to run from the tour’s launch, Feb. 21 in Portland, OR to Feb. 27 in Sacramento, CA. The group’s scheduled run on the tour is noted below.

Tour Dates:

02/21 – Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theater
02/22 – Seattle, WA @ Showbox
02/23 – Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw Theater
02/24 – Spokane, WA @ Knitting Factory
02/25 – Boise, ID @ Revolution Concert Hall
02/26 – Reno, NV @ Virginia Street Brewhouse
02/27 – Sacramento, CA @ Ace Of Spades

Also on the bill for the tour are the likes of Dope, Fear Factory, and Mushroomhead. Twizted is also scheduled to join the tour on specific dates.

The “Rise of the Machine North American Tour 2022” is to mark the 20th anniversary of the release of Static-X’s Gold-certified album, Machine. The band is expected to re-issue that album soon after the tour’s launch as part of that anniversary celebration.

Society 1 front man Matt Zane said in a prepared statement, he is looking forward to joining the tour.

“I’ve known and toured with most of these guys in these amazing bands for 20-plus years,” said Zane. “It’s unreal we’re all getting together in 2022 and still doing it. Really looking forward to getting back out there in support of the new album that [late bassist] DV [Karloff] and I wrote together.”

Speaking of Karloff, he passed in May of this year. He was 48 years old. Karloff joined the band in 2003 and left in 2018, just after the release of Society 1’s then latest album, Rise From The Dead (2017). No cause of death has been announced since that time.

According to comments from Zane, Society 1’s current lineup will pay tribute to Karloff throughout the band’s upcoming tour. It is just part of the way in which the band plans to pay tribute to Karloff, too. The band has released a tribute to Karloff through its official YouTube channel.

The tribute, which runs just over an hour, features interviews with the likes of Dave Navarro (Jane’s Addiction, Red Hot Chili Peppers), Raymond Herrera (ex-Fear Factory), and Skum Love among many others.

More information on Society 1’s upcoming run on the “Rise of the Machine North American Tour 2022” and the band’s upcoming album is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Website: https://society1band.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/society1

Twitter: https://twitter.com/society1music

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Twizted Partners With INK Front Man, Fozzy Guitarist Spencer Charnas For New Single, Video

Courtesy: Majik Ninja Entertainment

Horror/theatrical rock band Twizted premiered its latest single and video this week.

The band kicked off the long holiday weekend by premiering its new single, ‘Envy‘ and the song’s video. The band was joined by Ice Nine Kills front man Spencer Charnas for both presentations. The song premiered through Loudwire.

Along with Charnas’ vocals, Fozzy/Stuck Mojo guitarist Rich Ward adds his talents to this song.

The song is the fourth single from Twizted’s forthcoming album, Unlikely Prescription, which is scheduled for release Sept. 10 through Majik Ninja Entertainment. The premiere of the song and its video follows that of the album’s first two singles, ‘Corkscrew,’ ‘Perfect Problem,’ and ‘Rose Petal.’

The musical arrangement featured in the new single bears clear stylistic similarities to Marilyn Manson’s ‘Beautiful People’ what with the use of the electronics and other elements. At the same time, the rapping that is incorporated into the mix alongside the heavier, melodic rock approach later in the song lends itself to comparison to works from Pop Evil. The contrast of those two sounds and stylistic approaches is stark, but also manages somehow to work here.

As the song’s title infers, the lyrical theme featured in this song is a direct commentary about people’s jealousy of others. It addresses the mental impact of that green-eyed monster.

The song’s video, which features Charnas as a news anchor, uses a briefcase that traps people when they see whatever is inside to help translate the message in the song’s lyrical theme.

More information on Tiwzted’s new single and video is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:

Website: https://majikninjaentertainment.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Twizted

Twitter: https://twitter.com/tweetmesohard

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