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Static-X / DevilDriver

Jergels & Drusky Entertainment Presents

Static-X / DevilDriver

Dope

Tue, July 9, 2019

Doors: 5:30 pm / Show: 6:25 pm

Jergel's Rhythm Grille

Warrendale, PA

$31.75 - $45.00

$31.75 advance - $35.00 day of show - $45.00 early entry doors at 4:30pm!

Early Entry tickets guarantee a seat in the venue. Seating cannot be reserved. General Admission tickets do not guarantee a seat.

Static-X
Static-X
Industrial Metal band from Los Angeles, California (USA).

Static-X formed in 1994, active until 2013, on hiatus from 2010-2012.
Wayne Static toured with his solo-band under the name Static-X from 2012-2013. Arguments about using the name with Campos led to Wayne Static touring under his own name instead of Static-X until his death in 2014.

Final lineup *touring only

Wayne Static – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards, music programming (1994–2010, 2012–2013)
Ashes – lead guitar (2012–2013)
Andy Cole – bass (2012–2013)
Sean Davidson – drums, percussion (2012–2013)

Former members

Tony Campos – bass, backing vocals (1994–2010)
Koichi Fukuda – lead guitars (1994–2000, 2005–2010)
Ken Jay – drums, percussion (1994–2002) Studio keyboards (2003)
Tripp Eisen – lead guitars (2001–2005)
Nick Oshiro – drums, percussion (2003–2010)
DevilDriver
DevilDriver
US Groove Metal / Melodic Death Metal band formed in 2002.

Current line-up
Mike Spreitzer: Guitar [since 2004]
Dez Fafara: Vocals [since 2002]
Austin D'Amond: Drums [since 2015]
Neal Tiemann: Guitars [since 2015]

Former/Past members
Evan Pitts: Guitar [2002-2004]
Jon Miller: Bass [2002-2011]
John Boecklin: Drums [2002-2014]
Jeffrey Kendrick: Guitar [2002-2014]
Dope
Dope
The band was founded by song writer and lead singer Edsel Dope in 1997. As a child, Edsel and his brother, Simon Dope, were separated when their parents divorced. When the two were adults, they reunited and Simon joined Edsel's band, playing keyboards. The pair then recruited Tripp Eisen as guitarist, Preston Nash as drummer, and Acey Slade as bassist.

Unlike many of the popular bands from the 1990s, Dope derived their sound from influences taken from hard rock bands and fused that with the sound of industrial rock acts which had made waves earlier in the decade, such as Ministry, as well as industrial music act Skinny Puppy.

In their earliest days, the band sold drugs to survive and purchase instruments. Furthermore, the name "Dope" refers to drugs and drug culture, as shown by their early T-shirt designs, which prominently displayed hypodermic needles.

Current members

Concert lineup:

Edsel Dope - Born Brian Charles Ebejer – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards, samples (1997–present)
Virus - Born Andre Michel Karkos – lead guitar, samples, backing vocals (2000-present)
Acey Slade - Born Emil John Schmidt IV – guitar (1999-2001, 2012), bass (1998-1999, 2015-present)
Racci "Dr. Sketchy" Shay Hart – bass (2004-2005), drums (2001-2005, 2015-present)

Studio Lineup:
Edsel Dope - Born Brian Charles Ebejer – lead vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards, samples (1997–present)
Nikk Dibs – lead guitar (2013-present)
Virus - Born Andre Michel Karkos – lead guitar, samples, backing vocals (2000-present)
Jerms Genske – bass (2013-present)
Dan Fox – drums, percussion (2013-present)

Former members

Simon Dope – keyboard, percussions, programming (1997-2001)
Sloane "Mosey" Jentry – bass (2000-2004), guitar (1997-1998)
Tripp Eisen - Born Tod Rex Salvador – guitar (1998-2000), bass (1997-1998)
Preston Nash – drums (1997-2000)
Adrian Ost – drums (2004)
Brix Milner - Born Brett Milner – bass, keyboard (2005-2007)
Andrew "Angel" Bartolotta – drums, percussion (2006-2013)
Derrick "Tripp" Tribbett – bass, backing vocals (2007-2013)
Venue Information:
Jergel's Rhythm Grille
103 Slade Lane
Warrendale, PA, 15086
http://jergels.com/