Although it’s been nearly 25 years since the world got its first look at Sebastian Bach as the voice behind Skid Row, it seems like Bach himself is just getting started. We are pleased to present an exclusive video of '18 & Life‘ from his new live CD/DVD ABachalypse Now.'
The folks at Topps are thinking throwback for this year's run of Topps Archives baseball cards -- and to add a little something extra for buyers looking to pick up some truly special collector's items, they're adding signed, limited-edition cards featuring some of the biggest names in '80s rock.
In a caption below a picture with former bandmante Dave "The Snake" Sabo, Sebastian Bach leaves fans hoping that the long-denied Skid Row reunion may actually happen. It's a 180 from everything both men have been saying in recent months and years. Yet somehow, this felt inevitable.
Good news, rock fans: After years of being forced to choose sides in the bitter war between Sebastian Bach and Jon Bon Jovi, you can finally rest easy with the knowledge that two of New Jersey's most impeccably coiffed frontmen have buried the hatchet.
In the realm of luxurious problems, it's tough being Sebastian Bach. At least, when you're trying to get your new music heard and stay friends, as he is, with both sides in the various Guns N' Roses alumni dramas.
If there's anything Sebastian Bach has no problem doing, it's expressing himself -- especially when he feels the need to set the record straight. So when a reporter allegedly put false words in his mouth, Bach published a lengthy open letter to make himself perfectly clear.
Fans have been calling for a Skid Row reunion with all original members since frontman Sebastian Bach was fired in 1996. It seems the dream is one step closer to reality, with Bach now on board with the idea. A recent tweet reveals he's not the one holding the project up.
Drummer Mark "Bam Bam" McConnell, who played with former Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach from 1997-2005, is fighting for his life right now. Earlier today (May 23), Bach issued the following statement on his Facebook page:
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