Tag Archives: Dax Riggs

Metal Insider’s Top 5: 20th anniversary albums we’d like to hear live

Posted by on September 22, 2014

Earlier today, Korn confirmed that in honor of their self-titled debut album turning 20 this year that they’d be playing it in it’s entirety. Whether you like Korn or not, this makes sense. The album essentially jump-started nu-metal, and while the band have gone on to become more poppy/electronic/what have you, their first album is […]

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Sammy Duet squelches Acid Bath reunion rumors

Posted by on June 6, 2014

Acid Bath broke up in 1997 after the unfortunate passing of bassist Audie Pitre. However, this week, the rumor mill began turning about the band reuniting. Drummer Jimmy Kyle posted a message about the band searching for a new vocalist, suggesting that original vocalist Dax Riggs wasn’t interested in singing with a reunited band. Interestingly enough, […]

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Is an Acid Bath reunion without Dax Riggs still an Acid Bath reunion?

Posted by on June 4, 2014

For six years in the ’90s, Acid Bath were one of the sludgiest, heaviest bands New Orleans had to offer. The band released two highly influential albums, 1994’s When the Kite String Pops and 1996’s Pegan Terrorism Tactics, before disbanding following the death of bassist Audie Pitre in a car accident. Since then, singer Dax Riggs has […]

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Dax Riggs Posts Song From Second Solo Album

Posted by on June 29, 2010

Dax Riggs, who some Metal Insider readers will remember from Acid Bath, has posted a song from his forthcoming second solo album, Say Goodnight to the World. You can listen to “No One Will Be a Stranger” here.

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