SEBASTIAN BACH's New Solo CD Pushed Back To September

Former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach's new solo CD, tentatively titled "Angel Down", has had its projected release date pushed back to September from the previously announced July. According to Bach's latest posting on his web site, the delay is due to the fact that his record label, Spitfire Records, has inked a new distribution deal with Sony/BMG, tereby resulting in a "re-structuring of the company."

Bach's current touring/recording lineup consists of the following:

Sebastian Bach - Vocals
Metal" Mike Chlasciak (HALFORD, PAINMUSEUM) - Guitar
Steve DiGiorgio (SADUS, ex-DEATH, TESTAMENT) - Bass
Bobby Jarzombek (ICED EARTH, HALFORD) - Drums
Johnny Chromatic - Guitar

In other news, Sebastian has revealed on his web site that his previous solo CD, "Bring 'Em Bach Alive!" is now "completely 100% sold out across the planet Earth. There are no more. Right now the CD does not exist! Sony/BMG are in the process at this very moment of printing up the Spitfire back catalog and will re-release 'Bring 'Em Bach Alive!' in around three weeks."


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