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Houma, New Orleans LA, United States (1991 – 1997)

Formed out of the swamps of Houma, Louisiana in 1991, Acid Bath released their first album, When the Kite String Pops, in 1994. Their second and final album, Paegan Terrorism Tactics, followed in 1996. The band broke up 1997 after the death of bassist Audie Pitre.

It’s impossible to categorize Acid Bath under one genre, as they combined several genres ranging from , , , , , with a strong overtone very similar to Alice in Chains style of doomy metal/grunge on Dirt, but even that doesn’t fully describe the sound of Acid Bath. The variation in their music has reached far from the underground into many , , and bands. Sweeping across many sounds, Acid Bath put forth two albums of considerable influence, opening the door for to be versatile and emotional without sacrificing creative character or the brute force of metal.

Frontman Dax Riggs is currently a solo artist, but was singer/guitarist for Agents of Oblivion, and later deadboy & the Elephantmen. Guitarist Sammy Duet played in Crowbar and is now in Goatwhore.


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  • bloody72

    pozdrowienia ze Śląska dla fanów Acid Bath

    15 Jun 10:30am Reply
  • Hoetzendorf

    @fuck-hate: слушатель психеи и калостока закукарекал

    19 May 5:04pm Reply
  • Emi_Paranoia

    9 May 5:15pm Reply
  • fuck-hate


    25 Apr 3:19pm Reply
  • Kartman_97

    When death sleeps, it dreams of you. So romantic <3

    14 Apr 6:04pm Reply
  • Profoundemonium

    There's bone dust in my throat and everything is dead but it's all right. Take it easy.

    10 Mar 3:20am Reply
  • Parabellum13x

    Fuck it just listen to Paegan Love Song on repeat [2]

    8 Mar 7:37am Reply
  • HardRokas

    I don't know any other bands similar to Acid Bath, they're truly stand on their own.

    3 Mar 8:47pm Reply
  • Ireallylikeeggs

    Fuck it just listen to Paegan Love Song on repeat

    2 Mar 5:40am Reply
  • WillFerreira

    great band, great riffs

    28 Feb 1:29pm Reply
  • TheArtofShred88

    Somehow I forgot about their debut live demo 'Screams of the Butterfly' and it's a pretty great treat for fellow Acid Bath fans. The sound quality is actually pretty good and it's pretty cool to hear the original lyrics/structure of some of the songs on WTKSP, very good. It wasn't included on the demo compilation though and I'm not sure why, it's great, the sound quality is great, everything's audible while still remaining that raw, live atmosphere that make live albums even better, the bands performance was tight, Dax's voice actually sounds pretty different when compared to their albums but he still did a good job nonetheless so I'm not sure why they wouldn't have included it.

    3 Feb 8:16pm Reply
  • astralprison

    I am also dumb, Acid Bath rules.

    22 Jan 5:52am Reply
  • Ireallylikeeggs

    Why don't I listen to way more Acid Bath? I'm fucking dumb.

    22 Jan 5:37am Reply
  • makkz

    There is no band that sounds like Acid Bath, maybe somewhere out there but even then I doubt they're anywhere close to them. [2]

    7 Jan 9:10pm Reply
  • mno7xy

    new death sensation

    2 Jan 8:52pm Reply
  • Dasha_Petrosyan

    Bleed Me an Ocean <3

    30 Dec 2013 Reply
  • TheArtofShred88

    There is no band that sounds like Acid Bath, maybe somewhere out there but even then I doubt they're anywhere close to them.

    24 Dec 2013 Reply
  • megatonomaha

    For fans of High on Fire, Mastodon, Baroness, Black Sabbath, ect. Download our new EP "Cybernetic Divine" for free off bandcamp.

    12 Dec 2013 Reply
  • BradShallPerish

    Before I heard them I always saw them being grouped in with Eyehategod and Crowbar as one of the early sludge bands, so when I finally listened to them I was pleasantly surprised at how diverse their sound was.

    11 Dec 2013 Reply
  • SmokeOfDeath

    They're way too far from any other sludge band. They had their "grungy" feel, especially on their second record. Does anyone knows bands with a similar sound?

    7 Dec 2013 Reply
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