SEBASTIAN BACH Launches 'Bachast': 'Friday Night Rocks' Intervew Posted Online

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

"I am in the process of creating the first-ever Sebastian Bach podcast on iTunes! A 'Bachcast,' if you will! This will be the first in a series of podcasts. I carry my iPod with me wherever I go, so I figured why not utilize the technology! The mind boggles at what I could put on your iPod — full concerts / unreleased songs/ demos / interviews / videos / lyrics / tourdates etc. Basically I can put whatever I want on a Bachcast and that suits me just fine!

"The first Bachcast will be the Eddie Trunk 'Friday Night Rocks' Q104 FM radio 'Frameshift 2' special that was done in New York City on October 28, 2005. As far as I know, this was the only 'Frameshift' promotion done in New York City and Q104 is the biggest radio station in the country, so it is awesome I can share this interview with the whole world via iTunes .... for FREE! The interview is three hours long total and comes in 7 parts. Special guests are Yngwie Malmsteen, Eric Peterson of TESTAMENT, and Wolf Hoffmann [ACCEPT]. Includes music from 'Frameshift 2: An Absence Of Empathy' as well as a ton of other kick-ass rock'n'roll. The first part is 24:35 long. It will be available on iTunes shortly. In the meantime you can download Part 1 directly right here! Drag this file into your iPod and watch this space for Part 2 coming soon!"


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