Sebastian Bach doesn’t feel that he has received the respect he deserves as a solo artist

Sebastian Bach doesn’t feel that he has received the respect he deserves as a solo artist

Former Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach was recently interviewed by Australia’s Heavy Mag. The article / interview goes through Bach‘s career on a cursory level and provided the following comments as well as the singer’s response regarding the latter’s last three solo albums:

After releasing another solo albums – Angel Down, Kicking and Screaming and Give ‘Em HellBach admits he still doesn’t feel as though he has got the respect he deserves as a solo artist.

“No,” he measured, “I don’t because for whatever reason those records came out in a time where there’s really no record industry. There’s no MTV, there’s no rock magazines and it’s very hard to sell a huge amount of records but I’m gonna keep trying while I’m alive (laughs). That’s not in my control either – I can’t control that. All I can do is keep my head down and rock and make the best albums I can and I’m very, very proud of the records I’ve put out and the next one I will be even more proud of because it’s the new one (laughs).”

You can read the rest of the article / interview with Bach at Heavy Mag.

Sebastian Bach‘s “All My Friends Are Dead” video (from Give ‘Em Hell album):

Sebastian Bach – All My Friends Are Dead (Official Video / 2014 / New Album)

Order here: iTunes: http://smarturl.it/GiveEmHell Amazon: http://smarturl.it/SB_AmzPreorder “All My Friends Are Dead” is taken from the album GIVE ‘EM HELL’ on Frontiers Records. Directed by Patrick Fogarty