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.
VH1 Classic is bringing back "National Metal Day" for its second year, as the network will deliver a daylong celebration of all things metal on Nov. 11 (aka 11-11, as in 'Turn It Up to 11").
As Sebastian Bach launched into a performance of Skid Row's 'I Remember You' on Sept. 10, 2011, the vocalist noticed a little problem within the Raleigh, N.C. crowd. As you can plainly see in the video above, an audience member was flipping Bach the double-bird; and as you can see, the singer struck back.
The always outgoing Sebastian Bach had some fun over the weekend, turning up to play with Camp Freddy in Charlotte before the Democratic National Convention. Joining the all-star jam band, Bach used the platform to throw a couple of jabs at Republican Vice-Presidential candidate Paul Ryan.
A few weeks ago it was reported that Sebastian Bach has been considering writing an autobiography chronicling his colorful life, but Bach feels that the press took what he said and ran with it, and not necessarily in the right direction.
The rocker took to his Facebook page to issue an off-the cuff-statement to clarify what he said and get some things off his
Earlier this year, on May 24, drummer Mark ‘Bam Bam’ McConnell passed away after suffering kidney and liver failure followed by brain damage from an undisclosed ailment. McConnell served as Sebastian Bach’s touring drummer from 1997-2005 and also toured with southern rock outfit Blackfoot.