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Scum Of The Earth

The strong White Zombie/Rob Zombie influence that permeates Scum of the Earth's material is no coincidence; the alternative metal outfit is led by Riggs, an in-your-face singer, guitarist, songwriter, and producer who is best known for the six years he spent in Rob Zombie's employ. Riggs joined forces with Rob Zombie in the '90s and stayed with him into the early 2000s, eventually leaving in 2004 (when Rob Zombie was largely focusing on films rather than music) to start a project of his own. Named after a song from Rob Zombie's Sinister Urge, Scum of the Earth favors the sort of rhythmic, industrial-influenced, mildly funky, hip-hop-minded alternative metal that Riggs honed during the White Zombie days. Further similarities to Rob Zombie's output include a decadent, over-the-top sense of fun, a dark sense of humor, and a fascination with horror films, the Occult, B-movies, and sleaze. But in contrast to such groups as Slayer -- who take their death metal outlook quite seriously -- Scum of the Earth's lyrics are very tongue-in-cheek.

In addition to the aforementioned Rob Zombie influence, Scum of the Earth's forceful approach also owes something to Ministry, KMFDM, the seminal Alice Cooper, and Powerman 5000. Two of Riggs' collaborators in Scum of the Earth have played with Powerman: drummer Adrian Ost, (aka Seven), and guitarist Mike Tempesta (who is the brother of Rob Zombie drummer John Tempesta). In October 2004, Scum of the Earth's debut album, Blah...Blah...Blah...Love Songs for the New Millennium, was released by Eclipse Records; the infectious "Get Your Dead On" became the album's first single. The album's liner notes cite four memebers of Scum of the Earth -- Riggs (who co-produced the album with Ben Burkhardt), Mike Tempesta, Adrian "Seven" Ost, and bassist Clay Campbell -- while musical guests include John Tempesta and System of a Down's John Dolmayan. A new lineup was assembled for Scum of the Earth's sophomore effort, Sleaze Freak, which appeared in October 2007. ~ Alex Henderson, Rovi
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Scum of the Earth fills the hole that White Zombie left when they disbanded. You can say they are copycat but you're wrong, they are paying tribute to one of the greatest groups in the genre. Let's be honest, Rob Zombie's solo work just doesn't have the same feel.
im scared
Zombie feel but way heavier and good going Scott you f**king rock brother
thelastgunsl i n g e r 6 9
and scum now does rob zombie's sound better than rob zombie...... i only liked 2 tracks off the last disc of robs (hellbilly deluxe 2).
i knew this guy was associated with rob in some way... just the look of him and the sound of the music... i like this band now :)
tummisc
The direction that Rob seems to be taking is away from the style he established with White Zombie and HellBilly Deluxe if not away from music period. That another person who can bring that "zombie" charm has surfaced is a blessing.
why be EXACTLY like Rob Zombie??.... . N o originality to this crap wat-so-ever! !
damn. didn't know. sounded f**king good
Yes! Two Rob Zombies! ...wtf?
until I looked I swear it really was Rob Zombie,
You know... the sad thing is he does Zombie better than Zombie does Zombie these days.
cairbh
lame. ever since white zombie broke up and rob zombie started we've had to listen to living dead girl and dragula a million times in the form of "different" songs. now more leechers? they really found an equation for money they like.
good i guess but way, way too zombie. he even looks just like him for chrissake.
It's too Zombie. Dear Riggs: Show people what can do on your own and stop rehashing the same rehashed Zombie of the last 15 years.
Riggs rocks!
Any band with a song called "Get Your Dead On" gets my vote!
Yeah, but the bad Zombie stuff is what makes him so good . . .
I actualy thought this was rob zombie at first. I like it though, all the good parts of zombie and none of the bad
They do have a Rob Zombie feel to them. I like that!
UMMMMM THIS IS F**KIN BRILLIANT MAKES ME F**KIN TOUCH MYSELF ALL UP AND DOWN
Scum of the Earth were a punk band that appeared on WKRP In Cincinnati.

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