Former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach is collaborating on new material with ex-GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Slash and bassist Duff McKagan, Bach revealed during a recent interview with Norway's Metal Express. It is presently unclear if the songs will surface on Sebastian's upcoming solo CD or if they will be used for a separate project.
When asked by Metal Express if he would consider taking up the lead vocalist position in the new band formed by Slash, McKagan and fellow ex-GN'R members, guitarist Izzy Stradlin and drummer Matt Sorum, Bach responded, "Yeah, I would definitely do that if they asked me. We're writing songs right now, so you never know what's gonna happen. If I was to join them, it would be a new band."
When pressed about the possibility of rejoining his former SKID ROW bandmates following a very public and nasty split several years ago, the singer was more non-committal.
"No, not at the moment," he said. "They have nothing to offer me, really. If they were to come up with a good song, I would consider it. But not at the moment, no."
To hear the entire interview in streaming audio, click here.
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