Static-X Guitarist Koichi Fukuda Is Promoting Far-Right Conspiracy Theories On Social Media

It looks like Static-X’s Koichi Fukuda is a Trump supporter, who has been sharing far-right conspiracy theories related to the treasonous insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. MetalSucks have shared some screenshots from the guitarist’s Facebook, which you can see below. It’s also worth noting that Koichi has sinced joined Parler.

Static-X To Release New Album “Project Regeneration” Featuring Wayne Static’s Final Vocal Recordings

Static-X’s classic lineup, bassist Tony Campos, guitarist Koichi Fukuda, and drummer Ken Jay, have reunited for a new album titled “Project Regeneration.” The effort will feature the final vocal recordings from frontman Wayne Static, who passed away in 2014. The group are reaching out to vocalists from Disturbed, Five Finger Death Punch, Ministry, DevilDriver, Dope, and Fear Factory to get them to participate in the project as well. Pre-orders can be found HERE. Furthermore, they are also planning a “Wisconsin Death Trip” 20th anniversary tour with special guests.

Campos commented:

“With the 20th anniversary of ‘Wisconsin Death Trip‘ coming right around the corner, it feels like the right time to pay our respects—to the band, to Wayne and to all the fans that supported us right from the start. With the help of longtime Static-X producer Ulrich Wild, the original band lineup of myself, Tony Campos, guitarist Koichi Fukuda and drummer Ken Jay are in the process of completing a brand new Static-X record, ‘Project Regeneration‘.

The album will feature the final vocal performances and musical compositions from Wayne Static. For the unfinished tracks, we’re inviting our friends to lend us their vocal talents to help us complete this very personal project. With the assistance of SiriusXM‘s Jose Mangin, we are in the process of reaching out to David Draiman from Disturbed, Ivan Moody of Five Finger Death Punch, Al Jourgensen from Ministry, Dez Fafara from Coal Chamber and DevilDriver, Edsel from the band Dope, Burton C. Bell from Fear Factory, as well as a handful of others, to see if they can take some time off their busy schedules to help contribute to this project.

In the end, we expect this album to be between 12 and 15 brand new Static-X tracks. It’s the original lineup back together for all the right reasons.”

“‘Wisconsin Death Trip‘ was our biggest record — it set the tone for everything we did from there on out. We’re gonna celebrate the importance of ‘Wisconsin Death Trip‘ with you while we properly pay our respects to our brother Wayne each and every night as part of the 20th-anniversary of ‘Wisconsin Death Trip‘ reunion tour.

Wayne had fans everywhere, so why not do a memorial show for him everywhere. So we’re gonna play a killer, old-school set that features a majority of the ‘Wisconsin Death Trip‘ record, along with all the other old-school Static-X favorites that you all love.

We plan on having a very interactive show with huge LED walls, big sound and lots of production. We wanna make sure that the 20th-anniversary of ‘Wisconsin Death Trip‘ reunion tour happens all over the U.S. Once we get that unlocked, we can focus on the rest of the world…”