Former STATIC-X Bassist Lines Up New Projects

Former STATIC-X and current PRONG bassist Tony Campos has posted the following update on his MySpace page:

"Ever since September of last year, when Wayne Static [STATIC-X guitarist/vocalist] told me our partnership was done, I've been busy trying to line up new projects to work on. I'm happy to say, there's a lot of good things on the table.

"Since October of last year, I have been playing bass with PRONG. After two tours with SOULFLY and one tour with FEAR FACTORY, we have been writing new material and hope to record a new album in the next few months. Hopefully, we'll have it out early next year. I've also been working with a local, up-and-coming metal band called ATTIKA 7. We've been doing some local shows around L.A., and will be doing some shows in England next month, as well as four West Coast dates of the Uproar tour.

"Check out the band on

"The latest thing I've signed on for is to voice a character in a new web comic called Church Of One. My good friend, Tabitha Stevens, will also voice one of the characters as well. It will be featured on Check out the site. There's some really cool shit on there.

"I want to thank all the fans and all my sponsors for their continued support. I look forward to seeing you all out on the road. After a show, you'll usually find me by the bar. Come say what's-up and have a drink with me."


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