Rock Hard Runners, a run-analysis company based in Manhattan Beach, California, recently headed out onto the trails with former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach from the Observatory in Griffith Park to the Hollywood sign. Rock Hard Runners founder Eric Skelley said, "Sebastian was jamming to his new tunes while we ran the paved roads, dirt fire trails and single track terrain." Check out video footage below.
Sebastian Bach recently completed work on his new album at a Los Angeles studio with his new, young, virtuosic guitarist Nick Sterling, drummer Bobby Jarzombek and producer Bob Marlette (BLACK SABBATH, SHINEDOWN, ATREYU, FILTER). Tentatively due in September via the Italian label Frontiers Records, the follow-up to 2007's "Angel Down" is being mastered at Precision Mastering in Los Angeles with Tom Baker.
Bach previously stated about his new solo material, "This CD will follow along the lines of 'Skid Row', 'Slave To The Grind', 'Subhuman Race' and 'Angel Down'. If you like rockin' guitar riffs, high-energy songs and performances, deadly drums of doom, and ear-shattering screams, we got your rock right here!" He also described the songs as "heavy, interesting, classic sounding, modern sounding, completely rock 'n' roll just how we like it!"
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