Sebastian Bach


SEBASTIAN BACH Announces Australian & New Zealand Tour

Metropolis Touring & Tombowler present SEBASTIAN BACH
18 And LIVE Down Under TOUR 2015
Known as the Original Voice of SKID ROW, SEBASTIAN BACH is one of the finest front men to come out of the late 80s / early 90s with one hell of a voice; he is considered musical royalty and a personification of pure rock and roll at its finest!

For the first time since 2008, Bach will be returning to Australian shores as well as his very first headlining shows ever in New Zealand in September 2015!

In 2015, Sebastian still remains one of the most powerful singers to emerge from the 80s genre. He hasnt lost his high range and blockbuster vocals. -- Hard Rock Haven
Fists pumped and enthusiastic shouts of You rock! and Fuck yeah! painted the concert hall as Sebastian Bach swung his microphone and head banged as if it were still 1988.-- Tahoe On Stage
Having joined SKID ROW at the ripe young age of 18, Bach began a whirlwind career fuelled with sex, drugs and rock and roll alongside large amounts of touring and Gold & Platinum accolades, until 1996 when he ventured off on his own where he created acclaimed solo material and his various collaborations with musicians across all genres.

Check out: Temptation (Official Video) - All My Friends Are Dead (Official Video) - 18 & Life (Live Official Video)

Bach's live shows are a non-stop party filled with all the SKID ROW classics such as "Slave To The Grind", "Monkey Business", Youth Gone Wild", "I Remember You" with a prime selection of his solo cuts like Temptation, Kicking & Screaming, Falling Into You plus a whole lot more.

The crowd ate it up as he sang classic Skid Row tunes mixed in with a selection of others. His voice is still there sounding better than ever!-- National Rock Review
Not being one to do anything by half, Bach devotes 110% to give his all resulting in one hell of a show. Whether youre a fan from the SKID ROW days or his solo material nowadays, Bach is ready to Give Em Hell and leave you Kicking And Screaming for more!
Still one of the greatest voices in rock history, Sebastian will definitely go down as a legendary frontman-- Examiner

18 And LIVE Down Under Tour Dates 2015

Friday 18th September CHRISTCHURCH - The Bedford
Saturday 19th September AUCKLAND - The Studio
Tuesday 22nd September BRISBANE - Eatons Hill
Wednesday 23rd September SYDNEY - Metro Theatre
Friday 25th September MELBOURNE - Forum Theatre
Saturday 26th September ADELAIDE - The Gov
Sunday 27th September PERTH - Astor Theatre
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SEBASTIAN BACH - Give Em Hell (Review)

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This remains a very good album for what it is, but I've really struggled to maintain interest while playing back for review and I probably won't go back to it after this. But - the score reflects the quality of the album s always, my tastes aside. So those that know my taste, for better or worse, could use these comments as a gauge of how it will appeal to you.

Those that loved Kicking And Screaming will have no problem jumping right into this and lapping up "modern" Seb in all his screaming glory.

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Melodic Metal
Frontiers Records


It seems the older Sebastian gets, the higher his vocals go. On Give Em Hell he hits a few new record highs that dogs will appreciate, not only with the screams. It's an interesting album this – producer Bob Marlette collaborates even more so, credited within for writing music and “melody” on many tracks, while also playing bass.
Guests seem to make up the majority of the album – Duff McKagan plays bass on several tracks and even guitars on another; Steve Stevens plays on a few others and gets writing credits on those songs – not that I could really pick his usual tone out here – most of the album is down tuned, modernized metal.

Sebastian writes all lyrics and “melody” and attributes “music” to others. Make of that what you will, to me it says this is a collaborative effort, spread across several different people. This is a typically dark, heavy and modern record that is seriously heavy for the most part and continues where Sebastian left off with his last album.
If that appealed to you – then this is probably more consistent again and certainly benefits from a big Marlette production.

But overall, I'm just not a big fan of this style of modern metal albums. I much prefer Sebastian in Skid Row, although we all know that ship sailed long ago. Since then he really hasn't used the same vocal approach and I miss it. He's a monster vocalist.



Rich Davenport's Rock Show this week features exclusive interviews with Sebastian Bach, John Wetton (Asia), Ronnie Atkins (Pretty Maids) and Fabienne Shine (Shakin' Street), and is available now for streaming at this link:
In the first hour of the show, former Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach talks about his brand new solo album "Give 'Em Hell", which features an all-star cast of musicians and songwriters, including Duff McKagan (ex-Guns & Roses), Steve Stevens (Billy Idol) and John 5 (Rob Zombie) You'll also hear two tracks from the new release.
Also in part 1, Ronnie Atkins of long-running melodic Hard Rockers Pretty Maids give the low down on the band's just-released collection of re-recorded classics and brand new songs, "Louder Than Ever", and selects tracks from the record.
In part two, Asia frontman John Wetton discusses the band's new album "Gravitas", and the recruitment of new guitarist Sam Coulson. John also chooses two songs from "Gravitas". And finally, Fabienne Shine of Shakin' Street (also featuring Ross The Boss, ex-Manowar) talks about the band's return to action with new album "Psychic", and selects tracks from the new release. Plus a classic tracks and killer new cuts from Motorhead (welcome back Lemmy!), UFO, Hogjaw, 21 Guns, LRS, Deep Purple and Rose Tattoo.
You can also listen on Sunday 27th April 15:00-17:00 GMT and Wednesday 30th April 22:00-00.00 GMT on, and on demand on hot new Texas rock and metal station KXZR Radio at

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