VH1 Classic’s premiere metal program That Metal Show will be celebrating its 100th episode this Saturday. Hosted by radio/TV personality Eddie Trunk alongside comedians Don Jamieson and Jim Florentine, the show has been a staple of rock and metal history and is a welcome program for fans of the genre.
Jamieson exclaims, “Wow, congrats to the entire TMS team for reaching our 100th episode. To all of our fans worldwide, a big horns up for making our metal dreams come true!”
To celebrate this event, special guest stars Rex Brown (Pantera, Kill Devil Hill) and singer Sebastian Bach will be appearing on the show. Brown will be discussing his Pantera years and promoting his book, “Official Truth, 101 Proof: The Inside Story Of Pantera” while Bach will be promoting his new DVD/CD Abachalypse Now.
A teaser of the episode can be seen below along with the rest of the season’s guest stars. READ MORE
Ex-Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach has announced a live CD/DVD entitled Abachalypse Now, which will be released Spring of 2013. The DVD/CD includes never-before-seen footage from this year’s GrasPop Festival in Belgium, the full never-before-seen Hellfest set from France and the fully-remixed and remastered Club Nokia show from Los Angeles (originally broadcast on AXS TV). The exact track listing and table of contents has not yet been released.
Bach commented, “I am so excited for all of you to witness and experience ABachalypse Now. We have included three recent concerts and the footage is totally kickass! It’s remixed and remastered for full audio and video quality. The performances and energy of the crowds are killer throughout the DVD and you really feel like you are at the shows. Prepare yourselves for the coming ABachalypse – now!”
Make sure to check out our review of Bach’s latest release Kicking & Screaming here. READ MORE
When someone is active in the music industry for 24 years, you have to give them credit. Having staying power is a feat that musicians struggle and fight for every day. So it is with Sebastian Bach, who was the frontman for 80’s hair metal group Skid Row. Back with his fourth full-length solo album, Kicking And Screaming, Bach is back with a collection of hard rock anthems, blistering riffs and solos, and a few rock ballads. But has time slowed down this legend or has it given him more power and fight. Check after the jump for the answer.
Sebastian Bach is nothing if not extravagant, and the cover to his latest album, Kicking And Screaming, proves that. There are flames, skulls, elephants, a six-armed woman with knives, mountains, and more. How intense is that? Check it out, along with the track listing, after the jump.
Photo Courtesy: Clay Patrick McBride
Iconic rocker Sebastian Bach will be releasing a new solo album on September 27th titled Kicking And Screaming. Bach claims, ”I could not be happier with my new album. The songs, performances and sound quality are beyond what I could have ever imagined. This is my best record yet and I can’t wait for all of you to crank it!”
The album features virtuoso guitarist Nick Sterling and drummer Bobby Jarzombek (Iced Earth, Halford, Riot) and is produced by Bob Marlette (Black Sabbath, Shinedown, Atreyu, Filter).