SEBASTIAN BACH: Drum Tracking For 13 Songs To Begin On Monday
Former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach recently entered a Los Angeles studio with his new, young, virtuosic guitarist Nick Sterling and producer Bob Marlette (BLACK SABBATH, SHINEDOWN, ATREYU, FILTER) to fine-tune the material that will appear on Bach's next CD, tentatively due this summer via the Italian label Frontiers Records.
In a March 5 posting on his Facebook page, Bach writes. "What a great day! We finished pre-production today and are set to start tracking drums for 13 songs on Monday night after I film [a guest appearance on VH1 Classic's] 'That Metal Show'. All songs are done and I could not be happier at this stage. Bobby [Jarzombek, drums] is such a pro I can't wait to watch him wail on the kit all this week!!"
Sebastian previously described his new solo material as "heavy, interesting, classic sounding, modern sounding, completely rock 'n' roll — just how we like it!"
Sebastian in 2009 collaborated with HATEBREED frontman Jamey Jasta on several tracks for Bach's new solo album, with Nick and Charlie Bellmore of the Connecticut band PHANTOMS assisting during the pre-production process. The singer has also written material with John 5 (ROB ZOMBIE, MARILYN MANSON).
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