yiggadigga Pittsburgh, PA Straight forward, no gimmick, heavy working four-piece with BIG riffs. YD’s craft brew of palm-muted, chunky, galloping goodness is metal just heavy enough for the majority of people to embrace and enjoy. Yigga Digga – noun (yig ah – dig ah) The sound made from one’s mouth for the purpose of describing a guitar riff. Note: A wunk chunka is different than a yigga digga Independently released “Momentum” EP in 2003 & self-titled full-length in 2007. The tracks “Put The Nova In The River” & “Lamb” were featured on local radio along with further selections on Internet radio and supported by performances in the north-eastern US. After a hiatus, the band recorded their follow-up full-length effort “Faded Glory” in 2015 and are currently seeking promotional & distribution support for that album. Press: “The abundance of energy in the vocals and the music makes it. It doesn’t fit into the same mold as the rest of these crappy rock bands. The guys of Yigga Digga actually do something inventive and original; they don’t suck.” --Krissy, rocknrollreaction.com “If you’ve ever been a big fan of Metallica, then YIGGA DIGGA are for you. Although they are nowhere near being an exact replica of any other bands, they have the same raw energy that a lot of metal pioneers once possessed.” –Brian Barton, Independent Music Reviews “This 5-track EP is some damn good metal…..”Mosh-Metal” The return of the power-anthem riff is what Yigga Digga is all about. One of the better bands I’ve heard from the Pittsburgh area that play originals.” --Wayne Klinger, Wretched Productions “Yigga Digga, laden with mighty riffs and memorable hooks is best appreciated live. The band enhances its eardrum-rattling music with a mixed-media presentation and a healthy slice of humor.” --Scott Tady, Beaver/Allegheny Times “Their stunning self-titled debut is a force majeure of classic metal … The song writing on this cd rivals that of any mainstream metal act out there and the production is sleek and exceptionally well done. If you like melodic thrash metal with a Black Sabbath edge then this is the band for you… Another album just shy of 9, but a very solid 8 out of 10.” -Eric Hunker, thefrontrowreport.com Yigga Digga is PROUDLY brought to life by the following human beings. Tom Dillon - Vocals, Guitar Chris Semonik - Guitar, Vocals Bill Colflesh - Bass, Vocals Billy Beggs - Drums Our fans! - THE most important part of YD!!!