The strong White colored Zombie/Rob Zombie influence that permeates Scum from the Earth’s materials is not any coincidence; the choice metal outfit can be led by Riggs, an in-your-face singer, guitarist, songwriter, and maker who is most widely known for the six years he spent in Rob Zombie’s utilize. Riggs joined makes with Rob Zombie within the ’90s and remained with him in to the early 2000s, ultimately departing in 2004 (when Rob Zombie was mainly focusing on movies instead of music) to start out a task of his personal. Named following a music from Rob Zombie’s Sinister Desire, Scum of the planet earth favors the type of rhythmic, industrial-influenced, mildly funky, hip-hop-minded alternate metallic that Riggs honed through the White colored Zombie times. Further commonalities to Rob Zombie’s result add a decadent, over-the-top feeling of fun, a dark love of life, and a desire for horror movies, the Occult, B-movies, and sleaze. However in comparison to such organizations as Slayer — who consider their death metallic outlook quite significantly — Scum from the Earth’s lyrics have become tongue-in-cheek. As well as the aforementioned Rob Zombie impact, Scum from the Earth’s forceful strategy also owes something to Ministry, KMFDM, the seminal Alice Cooper, and Powerman 5000. Two of Riggs’ collaborators in Scum of the planet earth have used Powerman: drummer Adrian Ost, (aka Seven), and guitarist Mike Tempesta (who’s the sibling of Rob Zombie drummer John Tempesta). In Oct 2004, Scum from the Earth’s debut recording, Blah…Blah…Blah…Like Songs for the brand new Millennium, premiered by Eclipse Files; the infectious “GET A Deceased On” became the album’s first solitary. The album’s liner records cite four memebers of Scum of the planet earth — Riggs (who co-produced the recording with Ben Burkhardt), Mike Tempesta, Adrian “Seven” Ost, and bassist Clay Campbell — while musical guests consist of John Tempesta and Program of a Down’s John Dolmayan. A fresh lineup was constructed for Scum from the Earth’s sophomore work, Sleaze Freak, which made an appearance in Oct 2007.