WAYNE STATIC DEAD AT 48

UPDATE (NOV. 3): Wayne Static’s publicist issued a statement saying Wayne died in his sleep and his death was not caused by drugs. Here’s the full statement:

HOLLYWOOD, CA (November 1, 2014) – Today is a sad day in the music industry – Front-man and founding member WAYNE STATIC of STATIC-X passed away quietly in his sleep at his home last night.

The couple was getting ready to leave for a Fall/Winter tour this morning. They were to have left the night before on Halloween, but decided they would head out early in the morning November 1st.

The couple, known for partying heavy, had left hard drugs in 2009 and had not touched them since. Static’s first solo album – Pighammer – was a tribute to his new non-drug life and hoped it would help others to get clean from hard chemical drugs.

More official information about his passing will be released in the following days. This is not a drug related incident or an O. D. Please be courteous to his family and wife and leave positive messages~

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Wayne Static of Static-X was found dead at 48 on Nov. 1. The cause of death has not been officially released yet. Here’s the statement from his management announcing the news:

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