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Photos: Industrial metal band Static-X rocks Vinyl at Hard Rock Hotel

Static-X performs at Vinyl in the Hard Rock Hotel on Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2012.
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Static-X at Vinyl in the Hard Rock Hotel

Industrial metal band Static-X rocked the new music venue Vinyl at the Hard Rock Hotel on Wednesday night with guests Davey Suicide, 9 Electric and Bobaflex, and contributing photographer Erik Kabik was on duty for a rockin’ photo gallery.

Static-X’s set list included “Wisconsin Death Trip,” “Black & White,” “Bled for Days,” “The Only,” “Cold,” “Dirthouse,” “Assassins of Youth,” “Destroyer,” “Stingray,” “Just in Case,” “Destroy All,” “Cannibal,” “This Is Not,” “Push It,” “I’m With Stupid,” “Love Dump” and “Get to the Game.”

Here’s the jam-packed schedule for Vinyl through year’s end: Saving Abel (Aug. 30), XOCH (Aug. 31), Douglas Gibbs (Aug. 31), The Dreaming (Sept. 1), XOCH (Sept. 2), Blaqk Audio (Sept. 7), Winchester Rebels (Sept. 8), The Dave Matthews Tribute Band (Sept. 12), Leche de Tigre (Sept. 14), Mishka and Anuhea (Sept. 15), Robert Randolph and the Family Band (Sept. 20) and Flobots (Sept. 22).

Plus, Hey Champ (Sept. 25), Sin City Sinners (Sept. 26), Strung Out (Sept. 27), Red Eye Radio (Sept. 28), Sea Wolf (Oct. 3), Chevelle (Oct. 5), Tea Leaf Green and Howlin’ Rain (Oct. 12), The Sheepdogs (Oct. 19), Switchfoot (Oct. 26), Switchfoot (Oct. 27), Yellowcard (Nov. 2), Mike Watt + The Missingmen (Nov. 3), Blue October (Nov. 13), The Birthday Massacre (Nov. 17) and Reverend Horton Heat (Dec. 28)

Vinyl kicked off last Friday night with EDM group Julien-K.

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