Patrick Briggs Psychotica video

Patrick Briggs (Psychotica) has died

Frontman of New York City-based hard rock/industrial/glam band Psychotica, Patrick Briggs, has died. Cause of death has not been revealed as of this posting. The band’s booking agent, Leave Home Booking, confirmed the news of Patrick’s death on December 30th. In a statement via social media, they said:

It is with heavy hearts that we say goodbye to our dear friend Patrick Briggs of Psychotica ♥️♥️♥️

Patrick was a creative force, an innovator, a star child, and courageously confronted the world. His talent, brilliant style, wicked laugh, and mischievous wit will never be forgotten. Our hearts are broken, but you are free from the pain of this world. 💔.

May you feel the embrace of angels and your star continue to shine bright dear friend. ✨✨✨.
Love you forever ♥️

Psychotica have released three full-length records since their inception in the mid ’90s, specifically ‘Psychotica’ (1996), ‘Espina’ (1998), and ‘Pandemic’ (2003, with a re-release in 2008), along with EPs, demos and other miscellaneous efforts. The band are also widely known for landing a spot on the 1996 Lollapalooza tour, which featured performances by Soundgarden, the Ramones, the Screaming Trees, and Metallica.

Along with his passion for music, Patrick also tried acting, appearing in the 1997 film ‘All Over Me,’ and the New York Theatre Workshop version of ‘Rent.’ Briggs also managed the legendary NYC nightclub Don Hill’s in 1994, eventually teaming up with the club’s bartender Tommy Salmorin to conceive Psychotica.

RIP, Patrick. Check out some clips and tributes to Pat below.

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