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Tag Archives: Skid Row

Half a million dollars not enough for Skid Row reunion

Posted by on April 27, 2015

In a new interview with LoudWire, former Skid Row vocalist Sebastian Bach speaks a little about the possibility of a reunion, and mentions an amazing number that they were offered to get back together. Said Bach: “We got offered a reunion show at Sonisphere, and I can tell you all the details because it never happened. We […]

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Sebastian Bach wipes out on stage and keeps singing

Posted by on April 23, 2015

During a recent performance in California, vocalist Sebastian Bach took a tumble right in the middle of “Slave to the Grind,” the title track from Skid Row’s second album, released back in 1991. At least Bach has a sense of humor about the situation, Tweeting later: Omg @Madonna ain’t got nothin’ on me haha #ShitHappens #BodyCheck by […]

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Biggest Skid Row hit gets a new Life from Tony Harnell

Posted by on April 14, 2015

It’s been a long time since Skid Row’s debut album was released – 26 years, actually. That’s over two decades since “Youth Gone Wild,” “I Remember You,” and especially “18 and Life” pushed the album to multi-platinum status based on the strength of the song and singer Sebastian Bach’s vocals. Bach hasn’t been in the […]

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Skid Row parts ways with Johnny Solinger, welcomes ex-TNT singer Tony Harnell

Posted by on April 8, 2015

Let’s be honest, there are many who lost touch with Skid Row after they parted ways with Sebastian Bach. That doesn’t change the fact, though, that Johnny Solinger has sang in the band for over 15 years (which included two albums and two EPs). That’s why it was a tad surprising to learn that Skid […]

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Metal Insider’s Top 10: Heaviest SNL Musical Guests

Posted by on February 15, 2015

Since launching in 1975, Saturday Night Live has become a mainstay for comedy. And while the live TV sketch show is renowned for its timely and sometimes politically incorrect satire, it’s also been revered for its musical performances from rising stars and music legends. Granted, SNL’s music guest often lean towards more mainstream acts, but […]

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We Are Harlot go Dancing on Nails for new single

Posted by on January 20, 2015

Asking Alexandria are first and foremost a metalcore band, but they’ve definitely thrown some ’80s worship in their music, covering Skid Row for their Life Gone Wild EP. Danny Worsnop has gotten a chance to embrace it even more with his side project, We Are Harlot, which actually includes former Sebastian Bach guitarist Jeff George. The band’s […]

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Limp Bizkit headlining ShipRocked 2015

Posted by on October 22, 2014

The ShipRocked 2015 line-up has been announced, and it’s headlined by Limp Bizkit. Setting sail from Miami, FL and heading to Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas, it’ll be six days of loud music and a pretty solid line-up of hard rock and metal music. Fred Durst seems pretty excited: “Limp Bizkit? New album? Sunshine? Metal party? Phil […]

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Sebastian Bach dresses up like Maroon 5’s Adam Levine for national TV

Posted by on May 28, 2014

We pick on Sebastian Bach often, but don’t get us wrong; we know that Bach is a killer vocalist and still think his work with Skid Row back in the day was stellar. However, it’s hard to defend Bach when he does things like this… While we knew Bach was going to be appearing on […]

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Unsigned & Streamed: Shattered Sun

Posted by on May 6, 2014

Why should major label bands be the only ones who get love? Unsigned & Streamed is a column where we stream a song from an unsigned band we at Metal Insider really dig. You may have first heard Shattered Sun’s name attached to Breaking Bands, the new management company spearheaded by Testament’s Chuck Billy, Jon and Marsha Zazula, and […]

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Ask Alexandria why they decided to cover Nine Inch Nails

Posted by on February 25, 2014

Asking Alexandria are no strangers to covers. They did some pretty spot-on takes of their hair metal idols Skid Row on their “Life Gone Wild” EP. Now they’ve gone from the ’80s to the ’90s, covering Nine Inch Nails’ “Closer.” With Fearless Records’ forthcoming comp Punk Goes 90s Vol. 2 coming out on April 1, […]

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