Former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach joined HALESTORM on stage yesterday (Saturday, October 27) at the Loud Park festival at Saitama Super Arena, a multi-purpose indoor arena located in Saitama City, Japan, to perform a cover version of the SKID ROW classic "Slave To The Grind". HALESTORM frontwoman Lzzy Hale also joined Bach on stage during his set at the festival and performed a song with his band. Bach says, "What an incredible day that I will never forget!"
Fan-filmed video footage of both performances can be seen below.
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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