Sebastian Bach Announces A New Skid Row Tour To Celebrate The 30th Anniversary Of ‘Slave To The Grind’ Album
Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach made a new announcement by sharing a new post on his official Instagram account and excited the Skid Row followers.
In the post, Sebastian stated that Skid Row will be reuniting with the fans by celebrating the 30th anniversary of their legendary album, ‘Slave To The Grind,’ with an awesome tour in Fall 2021.
Slave To The Grind is the second album of Skid Row that released in June 1991. This iconic album is the first heavy metal album that peaked at number one spot in Billboard 200 charts, and it sold out 134,000 copies in its opening week.
While Sebastian was saying that it’s impossible for him to sing these songs with a mask, Sebastian said that he needs a vaccine as soon as possible to perform well. Also, Sebastian said that they are ready grind it out in America, referring to the iconic album’s name.
Here is what Sebastian Bach wrote:
“Fall 2021, we Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Slave To The Grind across the USA. We will play the record in its entirety! From the first time we did this in 2019 in Hollywood California we knew it was meant to be! Fingers Crossed singing will be allowed again on this planet because we are ready to grind it out America!
Dates are booked fingers are crossed look out for the announcement in your town TBA ASAP MotherTruckers! It’s not possible for me to sing these songs wearing a mask so give me the damn shot!”
You can check out the post by clicking here.