We are an industrial dark ambient project from the oil drenched, dust coated deserts of West Texas.

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New T-Shirts available

New T-shirts available!!!! For a limited time, we’re throwing in a free CD of your choice. If you’ve been holding out on picking up a CD, now’s your chance. With no live performances going on and susbequently no merch tables to help with expenses, any support is deeply appreciated. Thank you staticofmasses.bandcamp.com/merch/code-green-t-shirt-with-cd-of-your-choice-limited-time-offer      

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New Exclusive Track On Big Cypress Swamp Anthology

  The Label Big Cypress Swamp has released a new V/A anthology titled The Abyss Within, which includes an exclusive Static of Masses track, “A Thousand Prayers“. We are honored to be included among the Talented artists on this release. Available on Bandcamp. The Abyss Within by Various Artists

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Static of Masses 2020 update

  In spite of the increasing challenges of this trying year, we are staying busy. Live performance has gone out the window. However, we have completed a couple of remix projects for two Texas based artists that will be coming to light in the near future. We have also submitted a track to a forthcoming various artists compilation that is currently in the works. I have completed a solo side project, Chinnamundā, and am currently seeking label support for it’s release. And most importantly, we have begun work on a new Static of Masses album. The subject matter we will

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Video review of Exorcizando Eiciunt Daemonia

Doomsday’s Today Records is a pretty diverse label and included our release in a bundle that was sent to Nasty Metal Productions for review. They could have skipped right over this as it is not metal, but took it on anyway and gave it an outstanding review.

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Recent Show!!

  the Recent performance at The Haltom Theater in Fort Worth, Texas went really well. Had a blast performing, made some new friends and sold a little bit of merch.

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