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Dax Riggs Premieres "Say Goodnight To The World" On Metalunderground.com; Download the MP3

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Former Acid Bath vocalist Dax Riggs (also Agents of Oblivion, Deadboy and the Elephant Men) is premiering the title track off of his second solo album, "Say Goodnight To The World," exclusively on Metalunderground.com. "Say Goodnight To The World" will be released August 3rd on Fat Possum Records and is currently available for pre-order on the label's website. You can stream or download the title track below.


Download an MP3 of "Say Goodnight To The World" here (right-click and "Save Target As")

The tracklisting for "Say Goodnight To The World" is as follows:

1. Say Goodnight to the World
2. I Hear Satan
3. You Were Born to Be My Gallows
4. Gravedirt on My Blue Suede Shoes
5. Like Moonlight
6. No One Will Be a Stranger
7. Heartbreak Hotel
8. Sleeping With the Witch
9. Let Me Be Your Cigarette
10. See You All in Hell or New Orleans

Metalunderground.com recently caught up with Dax for an interview, where he discussed his new album, what he believes his sound is exactly, and the BP Oil Spill Disaster that has affected his hometown.

Dax Riggs is currently touring the U.S. in support of "Say Goodnight To The World."

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1. bobslackers writes:

What do you think I think? It's brilliant... Dax is one of the most underrated, talented musicians out there. Can't wait for the new album....

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2. deathbringer writes:

I love it, honestly. This is one of the gloomier sounding songs off the album and reminds me a bit of "Dead Girl" with a little more musical depth. Some of the other songs are sort of up-beat in their own way, but I like most of the album.

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3. xsrg13 writes:

Cool man thanks for the download. is track #6. ''No One Will Be a Stranger'' the grave song?

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