Edsel Dope Admits He’s Zer0, But Not the One You Think

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Edsel Dope, founder of nu-metal/business outfit Dope, has been rumored to be Xer0, the frontman taking the degree in tribute to the past due Wayne Static within the reactivated Static-X lineup. He is vehemently denied this through the years and, all over a up to date interview in addition to a promotional video, he admitted he were traveling anonymously as Zer0 within the electronica duo Drama Membership.

The irony is moderately evident because the aliases are just about equivalent and are pronounced (probably) the very same means. It is positive to ship sure lovers proper down the rabbit hollow from whence they got here with regard to uncovering the actual id of the enigmatic Xer0, who efficiency with Static-X in apparel designed to resemble Wayne.

The undertaking started with the purpose of enjoying past due evening events and to distance himself from the operating global and different tune he has famously been part of. “I did not need any one to understand who the fuck I used to be. I simply sought after to position on a masks and disappear and cross do one thing ingenious and amusing,” Edsel stated at the Ryan Seaman and Pals podcast. “I wanted a reputation,” he continues, explaining he settled on Zer0 “as a result of it is like beginning over — 0 fans, 0 lovers, 0 expectancies.”

It echoes what Edsel stated in a pre-order announcement video for Dope's approaching album, Blood Cash Section Zer0. In conjunction with the scoop of the brand new file got here a couple of recent songs, “Consider” and “No Appreciate,” which may also be heard right here.

Within the fall of 2019, Edsel addressed the rumors that he is Xer0 in Static-X and pushed aside all of it as “clickbait and hilarious” in a long commentary.

Catch dope at the 2023 Upward push of the Machines excursion with headliners Static-X in addition to particular visitors Concern Manufacturing unit, Mushroomhead and Twiztid at those stops.

Drama Membership, “My Existence”

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