Former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach joined HALESTORM on stage at yesterday's press conference at the Hard Rock Café in Hollywood, California to announce the fifth annual Revolver Golden Gods Awards to perform the SKID ROW classic "Slave To The Grind". You can now watch video footage of the performance below.Bach previously performed "Slave To The Grind" with HALESTORM on October 27, 2012 at the Loud Park festival at Saitama Super Arena, a multi-purpose indoor arena located in Saitama City, Japan. HALESTORM frontwoman Lzzy Hale also joined Bach on stage during his set at the festival and performed a song with his band. HALESTORM recorded a cover version of "Slave To The Grind" for their "ReAniMate: The CoVeRs eP", which was released in March 2011 via all digital retailers. The effort saw HALESTORM putting their unique stamp on a diverse collection of classic songs, including tracks by GUNS N' ROSES, THE BEATLES, HEART, TEMPLE OF THE DOG and LADY GAGA.
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