Tag Archives: Tony Campos

Static-X reveal “Dead Souls” video

Posted by on September 22, 2020

  Static-X have dropped their new music video for “Dead Souls” featuring Ministry‘s Al Jourgensen. The single is off their recent release, Project Regeneration Volume 1 which was produced by Ulrich Wild and the video was directed by Wombatfire (HELLYEAH, In Flames). Bassist Tony Campos spoke briefly about the video: “This song has become one of my favorite tracks on the […]

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Mick Gordon recruits heavy metal choir for ‘Doom Eternal’ score

Posted by on March 6, 2020

  Video game composer Mick Gordon, has taken a unique approach to recording the score to the upcoming ‘Doom Eternal’ game. He has recruited a choir of heavy metal vocalists to create realistic chanting to accompany the game’s action.  Vocalists who took part in the recording session include Tony Campos (Static-X, Ministry), Sven de Caluwe […]

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Criminally Slept-On: Fear Factory

Posted by on July 30, 2015

In Criminally Slept-On, Schuler Benson takes a look at some of the most underrated tracks from his favorite prolific bands’ back catalogs. August 7th will mark the release of Fear Factory’s ninth full-length, Genexus, which also happens to be the group’s debut effort through their new label home, Nuclear Blast. In the two-plus decades since […]

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Photos: Ministry, Irving Plaza, New York City, 5/6/2015

Posted by on May 7, 2015

Do you like Ministry’s most recent album, From Beer to Eternity? It certainly helps to if you’re headed to the band’s current tour, as they’re playing the album in its entirety. A little more than a week into the tour for the album, the show hit New York City’s Irving Plaza last night. As noted, […]

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Tony Campos to join Fear Factory

Posted by on May 4, 2015

Bassist Tony Campos originally of Static-X and now on the road with Ministry, has announced that he’s leaving Soulfly, who he’s been in for over three years, in favor of joining Fear Factory. He’s wasting no time joining, as he’ll have play his first show with Fear Factory just one day after his Ministry commitment […]

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Tenth Soulfly album currently in the works

Posted by on January 12, 2015

Max Cavalera certainly seems to be a workaholic. In 2014 alone, two of his projects released new material; in May, the self-titled debut of super group Killer Be Killed (also featuring Mastodon, The Dillinger Escape Plan, and ex-The Mars Volta members), and the third album from Cavalera Conspiracy, his project with brother and former Sepultura drummer Igor […]

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Ministry taps Monte Pittman, Tony Campos for tour

Posted by on November 13, 2014

It’s been a long, strange trip for Ministry. Al Jourgensen broke up the band up in 2007, then reformed them to put out another album, Relapse, in 2012. Then, in 2013, the band released From Beer to Eternity, but before then, guitarist Mike Scaccia died onstage while playing with Rigor Mortis. Jourgensen claimed that the band would be broken […]

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Tony Campos comments on Wayne Static’s death

Posted by on November 3, 2014

In the wake of Wayne Static’s passing, many have offered condolences and shared memories, but perhaps none as important as one of his fellow band members. Tony Campos, who played with Static-X from 1994 to 2010, offered the following via his Facebook page. I’m having a hard time finding the words to express how I […]

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Soulfly streaming new album ‘Savages’ ahead of release date

Posted by on September 27, 2013

The official release date for Soulfly’s forthcoming album Savages is quickly approaching but Nuclear Blast just couldn’t wait until October 1 to get the material out there. They are streaming the entire release now online with Metal Hammer. Savages features guest appearances by Neil Fallon of Clutch, Mitch Harris of Napalm Death and Jamie Hanks of I […]

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Ministry Have Gone To The Dogs For New Album

Posted by on June 18, 2013

It was only last year that Ministry released Relapse, but their 13th album, From Beer to Eternity, will be coming out in September on their own 13th Planet Records. “But wait,” you might be thinking, “wasn’t Relapse supposed to be their last?” Well yeah, but Al Jourgensen zigs where others zag, and in his words, “I had no […]

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