Thrash Hits recently conducted an interview with Sebastian Bach. A few excerpts from the chat follow.
On touring with POISON:
"I'm having the time of my life. It's 2008, I have a new CD, I'm selling out arenas and it's fun. I'm having a great time!"
"Last night we sold out an arena in Pikeville, Kentucky — 12,000 people. And I've never heard of Pikeville, Kentucky. I didn't know there was a Pikeville in Kentucky."
"It's just fucking hilarious. It's like every chick feels compelled to whip her tits out. What a great life this is. We are talking the finest women in the world. Someone actually said this to me once — POISON and SEBASTIAN BACH on the same bill? Even chicks are getting hard-ons. Wow. For the first time in history. That's a pretty cool thing."
On recording his new solo album, "Angel Down":
"The first SKID ROW album we recorded at the Playboy resort in Wisconsin. We went jet skiing by day and recorded by night, and played a hell of a lot of tennis. But for this album it was a pressurised situation, we had to get it done. There was no messing around. And it has that feel of a live band kickin' ass. Not playing tennis…"
On the rumors that he will collaborate with former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Slash on a new project:
"Here's the deal: I was contacted by one of the biggest musicians in rock and roll — bigger that SKID ROW, bigger that GUNS N' ROSES — some other mystery guy. He was putting together a supergroup with Slash on guitar and he wanted me to sing. It looked like it was going to happen, but it is not happening now. It may happen in the future, but it is not happening now. I want to make that clear."
Read the entire interview from www.thrashhits.com.