Watch Sebastian Bach perform Skid Row’s full-length ‘Slave To The Grind’ album in New Haven

Fan-filmed video footage of Sebastian BachWatch the full November 23 performance at Toad’s Place in New Haven, Connecticut below.

The set list was as follows:

01. Slave to the grind

02. The threat

03. big guns

04. dear sister

05. Quicksand Jesus

06. Psycho Love

07. beggar’s day

08. 18 and life

09. Livin On A Chain Gang

10. Riot Act

11. In a darkened room

12. horror show

13. mud kicker

14. Wasted time

15. cheating

16. I recognize you

17. Wayward youth

yet

18. Get The Fuck Out

The former SKID ROW singer recently returned to the stage for a tour celebrating the 30th anniversary of the band’s double-platinum acclaimed album “Slave to the Grind”. The trek began on September 25 in Waterloo, New York and ends on December 17 in San Diego, California.

Last month, Sebastian was asked in a new interview with Rockin’ Metal Revival whether he ever regrets writing such high-pitched vocals that he now has to reproduce live on stage three decades later. He replied: “All I can tell you is that I have sung so much in the last four or months. I can’t tell you exactly what I was doing yet, but I shall are able to. My voice is the same as always.

“I just have to say a few things to answer your question — a few things come to mind,” he continued. “For a man like me or a man like Bono [U2] or a man like – I don’t know, Geddy Lee [RUSH] or something like that, making a record isn’t the same as doing a show; it’s not the same; it’s something else. Making a record is standing in an air conditioned room with water next to you and coffee and you have the lights perfect. And you stand as still as you can, and you can sing it as many times as you want until it’s perfect. [Laughs] Nothing could be more different than a show – unless you use [backing] tyres. But I’m proud to tell your audience that we won’t be using tires any time soon, so it’s a real rock show. But putting on a show is more like conveying the spirit of the song and the music to the audience, and everyone gets on with it. And I’m not just going to stand there and try to be perfect. I’m going to run everywhere and I’m going to put on a show.

“As singers get older, I don’t like to change the key of the song, because to me it sounds like a different tune, and I’m not interested in that,” Sebastian explained. “If I’m going to change a small vocal part to the same key, that’s a cooler way for me to do it rather than make it the key. KORN. That works great for KORN.

“I have to sing well every day and do it for many weeks to get my voice to the top of its game, and that’s what I did. I just played and I had no problems doing all those tunes. I don’t have any trouble – knock on wood.”

Bach frontal SKID ROW until 1996, when he was fired. Instead of throwing in the towel, the rest of the members took a break and played briefly in a band called OZONE MONDAY.

in 1999, SKID ROW reformed and, after a bit of shuffling over the years, a lineup consisting of bassist Rachel Bolan and guitarists Dave “Snake” Sabo and Scotti Hill, next to drummer Rob Hammersmith and singer Johnny Solinger.

SKID ROW laid off solinger by phone in April 2015, a few hours before the announcement of ex-TNT singer Tony Harnell as his replacement. eight months later, Harnell left the band and was replaced by the South African-born, UK-based singer ZP Theart, who previously fronted DRAGONPOWER, TANK and I AM I.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLnh2ltZdi4

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