The back-and-forth between Motley Crue bassist Nikki Sixx and ex-Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach has continued through the weekend. After Bach stated via his Twitter account that he was asked to replace Vince Neil in Motley Crue, Sixx quickly claimed that Bach was never offered the gig. Each side has been attempting to win the argument ever since, and there's a new chapter to report in the Bach vs. Sixx saga.
According to former Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach, "Nikki Sixx's 'claim' that Sebastian Bach's 'claim' is 'absolutely not true' is 'absolutely not true.'" We assume you read that last sentence about half-a-dozen times before moving forward, so we'll do our best to clarify the confusion which is stirring between Bach and Sixx.
A short while ago, former Skid Row vocalist Sebastian Bach claimed that he was asked to join Motley Crue as Vince Neil's replacement after the singer was fired in 1992. He even teased that the full story may be revealed in a future autobiography. However, Crue bassist Nikki Sixx has refuted Bach's claims, stating that it's "absolutely not true."
The worlds of hard rock and electronic music don't cross paths that frequently, but at Canada's upcoming Boonstock festival, there will be a full-on collision of the two genres. Booked for June 27-30 over the Canada Day weekend, the festival will take place in Gibbons, Alberta, with Godsmack, Limp Bizkit and Sebastian Bach leading the way.
Sebastian Bach may be building up to the release of his live concert CD / DVD release, 'ABachalypse Now,' but there's also plenty of fresh ideas floating around for the rocker at the moment. In a new studio update, Bach reveals that he's been spending some time writing with Billy Idol guitar great Steve Stevens for his next record.