Earlier this evening singer Sebastian Bach posted an open letter to Skid Row and their old fan base, which was eye opening to say the least and provided a refreshingly raw insight into the issues surrounding the band.
Bach’s cut throat honesty over Skid Row putting their fan base ‘last on the list of what’s important’ was almost uncomfortable to read and showed a real sense of loyalty to his fan base by admitting to past faults.
References to a journalist responsible for ‘undermining’ the original band members already rocky relationship is also a frank reference to Bach’s willingness to put his ego aside and perform with the band again, for the sake of the fans who have supported Skid Row through the years, being jeopardised from outside of the band members. It is clear that the band were in the process of giving back to their loyal fan base as talks were underway to release previously unreleased material and perform together once more and it is a shame to think that such things may have been put on hold as a result of external forces.
Here at Beyond The Record we hope to see some of those new goodies and applaud the courage it took Bach to be so open and honest with his fans. We will always be life long Skid Row fans, reunion or no reunion, and are already looking forward to Bach’s second solo album which, hopefully, will be with us sometime soon!
Read the open letter in its entirety here: http://t.co/UnyXfqbN