Former SKID ROW vocalist Sebastian Bach and SEVEN WITCHES guitarist Jack Frost will be the featured guests on next weekend's (November 17) edition of "The Classic Metal Show". The program airs live Saturdays between 9:00 p.m. and 3:00 a.m. EST at

Audio samples of all 14 tracks that are set to appear on former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach's new solo album, "Angel Down", are available at

Bach will release "Angel Down" on November 20. The album was produced by Roy Z (BRUCE DICKINSON, HALFORD, JUDAS PRIEST), and recorded at Sound City Studios and Under City Studios in Los Angeles, CA. Joining Bach in the studio were guitarists "Metal" Mike Chlasciak and Johnny Chromatic, Bobby Jarzombek on drums, and Steve DiGiorgio on bass. GUNS N' ROSES' Axl Rose makes a special guest appearance contributing vocals on three of the album's songs — "(Love is a) Bitchslap", a cover of AEROSMITH's "Back In the Saddle" and "Stuck Inside".

SEVEN WITCHES will release its new album, "Deadly Sins", on November 20 via Screaming Ferret Wreckords. The completed album and artwork will also be released as a digital download — at midnight October 31 (Halloween) to be exact — exclusively at

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In addition to Frost's impressive six-string skills, the album features two other metal giants in their respective fields — ex-HADES/WATCHTOWER vocalist Alan Tecchio (who also appeared on SEVEN WITCHES' "Amped" release), as well as ARMORED SAINT, FATES WARNING, ANTHRAX bassist Joey Vera.

"Deadly Sins" turned out to be one of the trickiest SEVEN WITCHES releases to complete — a solid year in the making — due to the fact that it is a concept record (based on the "7 Sins of Mahatma Gandhi"). Additionally, other musicians lent a hand, including bassists Clint Arent (of PAINMUSEUM), Kevin Bolembach (ex-NON FICTION), and a drummer who goes by the nom de plum of "Troll."


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