SEBASTIAN BACH To Headline Italy's EVOLUTION FESTIVAL

Former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach has issued the following update:

"We are honored to headline this year's Evolution Festival in Tuscany, Italy this 7.7.7!!!! This will be the second time we have played the Evolution Festival, and we can't wait to see all our friends in Italy again! How lucky we are to come back to the beautiful and always passionate, ROCKING country of Italy!! I have been fortunate enough to have been playing Italy since 1989, but this will be the first time EVER I have been to / sang in the historic city of Tuscany!! I absolutely cannot wait. Getting my video camera fired up as we speak!"

Sebastian Bach on tour 2007:

June 01 - Nagoya, Japan @ Shimin-kaikan Chu Hall
June 02 - Osaka, Japan @ IMP Hall
June 04 - Tokyo, Japan @ C.C. Lemon Hall (Shibuya Kokaido)
June 05 - Tokyo, Japan @ Koseinenkin Kaikan
July 07 - Tuscany, Italy @ Rosignano Solvay Evolution Festival
July 13 - Kvinesdal, Norway @ Kvinesdal Rockfestival

Due later in the year via an as-yet-undetermined label, Sebastian Bach's new album, "Angel Down", will be his first solo CD since 1999's "Bring 'Em Bach Alive", and first release since 2004's "Forever Wild" DVD. Bach's band consists of guitarist "Metal" Mike Chlasciak (PAINMUSEUM, HALFORD), drummer Bobby Jarzombek (HALFORD, ex-ICED EARTH), guitarist Johnny Chromatic and bassist Rob DeLuca (SPREAD EAGLE).

Check out video footage of Bach performing several new songs live:

"You Don't Understand" (video)
"Stuck Inside" (video)
"By Your Side" (video)

In a recent interview with Rock My Monkey, Bach stated about the upcoming CD, "There's been a lot of stuff on the record about… kind of the war was on my mind, having the country at war, and also having a nineteen-year-old son. It's kind of what the youth of America have in the back of their mind. Are they going to get drafted? It very well could happen. It's a scary thing. So that was kind of on my mind when I was writing the lyrics for this record."

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