The metal band didn't specify a cause of death
Wayne Richard Wells, 48, performed under the name Wayne Static
Static-X released six albums
Wayne Richard Wells, the frontman and founder of the California metal band Static-X, has died. He was 48.
The band announced Wells’ death in a Facebook post late Saturday night, but did not disclose the cause.
Wells, who performed under the name Wayne Static, founded Static-X in 1994.
The band released six albums, the most notable being 2001’s “Wisconsin Death Trip,” which went platinum.