Sebastian Bach irate over negative review from second show of current US tour
Blabbermouth has reported that former Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach has traded salvos on Facebook with The Great Southern Brainfart over the review that Don De Leaumont, a reviewer for the latter, wrote about Bach‘s performance at the second stop of his US tour entitled “An Evening With…” at John’s Creek, Georgia on April 28, 2016.
Of note, De Leaumont‘s review of Bach‘s performance is not available online at this time given that The Great Southern Brainfart’s site crashed from the sudden amount of visitors to the site after Blabbermouth’s posting. The Great Southern Brainfart’s Facebook page posted about an hour ago: “Site is down from traffic overload because of the Blabbermouth posting! Thanks! Hope to have the site back up ASAP!!!”
Blabbermouth reported the following about De Leaumont‘s review before The Great Southern Brainfart’s site crashed:
Don De Leaumont attended the second show of Bach‘s tour — which took place on April 28 show at 37 Main in Johns Creek — and posted a review of the gig on The Great Southern Brainfart web site. In the article, which can be read in its entirety at this location, he described Bach‘s vocals as “so off key that I was waiting for Randy Jackson to come out saying, ‘Yo dawg, that was a little pitchy.'” The writer went on to say: “It was really painful to see how this guy who at one time was one of my favorite metal singers in one of my favorite metal bands reduced down to such a circus side show. Even his band for the most part all had this look of disdain on their faces like they were barely happy to be even picking up a pay check from this gig.”
After De Leaumont‘s review was posted, Bach exchanged some rather heated written words with The Great Southern Brainfart on the latter’s Facebook page. The exchanges can be read in part below:
37 Main – Johns Creek, GA – April 28, 2016