SEBASTIAN BACH Says He Was Not Difficult To Work With During His Time With SKID ROW

Sebastian Bach

During yesterday’s appearance on the “Holmberg’s Morning Sickness” show on Arizona’s 98KUPD radio station, former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach addressed criticism from his ex-bandmates that he was difficult to work with during his time with the group.

“They would say to me, if I didn’t like one of their songs, they’d say, ‘You’re hard to work with,'” Bach said. “You wanna go listen to the records without me, and then listen to the records with me. Why don’t you, the consumer, go and put the headphones on… Are you hard to work with? Do you like ’18 And Life’. ‘I love it. Next song.’ Not every song is that. That’s all I’m saying.

“I can sing something if I love it,” he continued. “If I don’t love it, it’s hard. I can’t do it. When I first joined the band, I would try to sing everything that they wrote. And I’d be in rehearsal. I remember one time [we were working on a song] and I go to the mic and I’m, like, [makes singing sound and quickly fades it out]. My mouth just shut. And everybody’s looking at me going, ‘What are you doing?’ And I go, ‘I can’t do it.’ And they go, ‘Oh, you’re hard to work with.’ I go, ‘Not on that other song, I’m not.'”

Bach fronted SKID ROW until 1996, when he was fired. Remaining members took a hiatus and went on to play briefly in a band called OZONE MONDAY.