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About Dax Riggs

Singer-songwriter/psychedelic death-metal veteran Dax Riggs has been a New Orleans figure of worship since his days fronting Acid Bath, an early sludge-metal band. Acid Bath disbanded following the tragic death of bass player Audie Pitre, and Riggs launched the short-lived (one album, one tour) project Agents of Oblivion followed by the longer-lasting Deadboy and the Elephant Men. When Elephant Men dissolved in 2006, Riggs released their forthcoming record himself. Since then, Riggs has been recording and performing under his own name.

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Listen toDax Riggson Napster

Singer-songwriter/psychedelic death-metal veteran Dax Riggs has been a New Orleans figure of worship since his days fronting Acid Bath, an early sludge-metal band. Acid Bath disbanded following the tragic death of bass player Audie Pitre, and Riggs launched the short-lived (one album, one tour) project Agents of Oblivion followed by the longer-lasting Deadboy and the Elephant Men. When Elephant Men dissolved in 2006, Riggs released their forthcoming record himself. Since then, Riggs has been recording and performing under his own name.

About Dax Riggs

Singer-songwriter/psychedelic death-metal veteran Dax Riggs has been a New Orleans figure of worship since his days fronting Acid Bath, an early sludge-metal band. Acid Bath disbanded following the tragic death of bass player Audie Pitre, and Riggs launched the short-lived (one album, one tour) project Agents of Oblivion followed by the longer-lasting Deadboy and the Elephant Men. When Elephant Men dissolved in 2006, Riggs released their forthcoming record himself. Since then, Riggs has been recording and performing under his own name.

About Dax Riggs

Singer-songwriter/psychedelic death-metal veteran Dax Riggs has been a New Orleans figure of worship since his days fronting Acid Bath, an early sludge-metal band. Acid Bath disbanded following the tragic death of bass player Audie Pitre, and Riggs launched the short-lived (one album, one tour) project Agents of Oblivion followed by the longer-lasting Deadboy and the Elephant Men. When Elephant Men dissolved in 2006, Riggs released their forthcoming record himself. Since then, Riggs has been recording and performing under his own name.