Monday, June 4, 2012


Sebastian Bach
Former Skid Row vocalist Sebastian Bach says four out of five of the band’s classic line-up want to reunite – and that he’s one of them.

Bach made the revelation on Twitter, responding to a question as to why the song “Forever” was not included on the band’s debut album (but was later included on the compilation 40 Seasons: The Best of Skid Row). Bach said [edited for clarity]: “One dude out of five in the band hates that song. Same guy who is stopping the reunion from taking place. Four out of five of us are into it.”

Bach deleted that tweet and replaced it with “Four out of five want to do it. Believe it or not, I am one of the four who would do it.”

Bach was fired from the band in 1996, following the band’s critically acclaimed but under-performing Subhuman Race album. His most recent solo album is Kicking and Screaming, featuring guitarist Nick Sterling. In 2011, he told that the album is, “A guy like me who’s used to recording the old way – which is really singing the notes, there’s no Auto-Tune with Sebastian Bach. That’s really me singing. But this is 2011 so it’s my voice, which is a classic sound, with the modern production.”

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