Static X and Sevendust’s Machine Killer Tour’s Second Leg Comes to an Epic Conclusion in Nashville Tennessee


The Machine Killer Tour, co-headlined by Static X and Sevendust, concluded its second leg on February 28th at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville in Tennessee. The lineup included industrial mainstay Dope and emerging talent Lines of Loyalty as support, resulting in a dream concert for fans of 2000s industrial and nu metal. The venue was packed, and the night delivered a legendary musical experience.

Lines of Loyalty kicked off the evening with a powerful set, impressing the audience with their heavy-hitting tracks. Front-man Glenn Morrison’s commanding vocals, combined with the dynamic drumming of Brayden Pike and groovy bass lines from Redo Lanni, established the Wisconsin group as a formidable presence on stage.

Dope followed, bringing over two decades of Nu Metal experience to Nashville. Lead singer Edsel Dope’s energetic stage presence and guitarist Acey Slade’s infectious performance captivated the crowd. Bassist Daniel Fox added a unique flair, and drummer Chris Warner showcased impressive fills. The audience enthusiastically sang along to classics like “Debonaire” and “Die MF Die.”

Sevendust took the stage with a forceful opening, starting with “I Might Let the Devil Win.” Lajon Witherspoon’s powerful vocals, complemented by the melodic yet heavy rhythm of guitarists John Connolly and Clint Lowery, created a head-banging bliss. Bassist Vince Hornsby provided a groovy foundation, while drummer Morgan Rose’s captivating performance stole the spotlight. Sevendust delivered a hit-filled setlist, blending fan favorites with tracks from their new album “Truth Killer.”

Static X, the co-headliner, closed the night with a spectacular performance. Lead vocalist Xero’s stage presence and guitar skills honored the late Wayne Static. Bassist Tony Campos, guitarist Koichi Fukuda, and drummer Ken Jay contributed to the industrial sound Static X is known for. The stage show featured eerie lighting, foam snow, and larger-than-life creatures, creating a visually stunning experience. The night concluded with a trio of fan favorites, “Cold,” “I’m With Stupid,” and “Push It,” as foam snow and large balls filled the venue. Static X proved their resurgence, living up to a legacy cherished by fans.

The final show of the Machine Killer Tour’s second leg at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville was a musical tour de force, offering one of the greatest performances at the venue. With the next leg approaching, this show is a must-see for music enthusiasts, regardless of their familiarity with the genre.

Static X and Sevendust’s Machine Killer Tour continues on May 2nd of 2024 and runs through May 17th 2024.
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Photos and Review by Adam Colwell (@pixelsoftheimagination)


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