SEBASTIAN BACH: 'What An Incredible Rush It Was To Sing With ALICE IN CHAINS'

Former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach has posted the following message on his official web site:

"What an incredible rush it was to sing with ALICE IN CHAINS in Japan twice last month. Jerry Cantrell had the idea for me to join the band for 'Man In The Box' in Osaka at Udo Music Festival, and being a huge fan of Layne Staley and ALICE IN CHAINS I jumped at the chance to sing one of my favorite tracks of the '90s live with probably the best band of the '90s . We had such a good time jamming in Osaka that we did it again the next day at Mt. Fuji. Thanks to Jerry and the rest of the band and hopefully I will sing again with ALICE IN CHAINS sometime in the future!"

Bach also commented on his recently announce dates in China and Australia:

"I am totally excited to play Beijing, China for the first time in my career. The international rock community is stronger than ever and for us to play China is a total honour. It's always cool to play somewhere you never have before and we look forward to rocking out in China this September! I also cannot wait to return to Australia. The last time I played there was in 1993 supporting GUNS N' ROSES and they were some of the biggest shows I have ever played. It's gonna be killer to bring the new band Down Under!"

Check out a recent interview with Sebastian at

Upcoming SEBASTIAN BACH shows:

Sep. 09 - Beijing, CHN @ Chaoyang Park
Sep. 14 - Sydney, AUS @ Selina's
Sep. 15 - Melbourne, AUS @ The Palace

Sebastian recently began recording his new solo album, "Angel Down", for a tentative October release via Spitfire Records.

Bach's current touring/recording lineup consists of the following:

Sebastian Bach - Vocals
Metal" Mike Chlasciak (HALFORD, PAINMUSEUM) - Guitar
Steve DiGiorgio (SADUS, ex-DEATH, TESTAMENT) - Bass
Bobby Jarzombek (ICED EARTH, HALFORD) - Drums
Johnny Chromatic – Guitar


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