Former Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach announced his solo tour named ‘Slave To The Grind’ by sharing a new post on his official Twitter account.
‘Slave To The Grind’ is the second studio album of Skid Row that was released back in 1991, two years after their debut and self-titled album. The recording was so good that it became the first heavy metal album to reach No. 1 on Billboard 200 charts.
The album featured 5 singles such as ‘Monkey Business,’ ‘Slave To The Grind,’ and ‘Wasted Time.’ This year, ‘Slave To The Grind’ is celebrating the 30th anniversary of its release which is very exciting for both the band and their fans.
To celebrate this special year and the anniversary of the album, Sebastian Bach decided to make a solo tour that will start on September 25 and end towards the end of December 2021.
After making the announcement, Sebastian also called out to his followers in Fort Lauderdale and recalled that the album was recorded in this location, and thus, they definitely shouldn’t miss the show in their town.
Sebastian Bach wrote:
“Fort Lauderdale, this album was made in your town. See you on November 6! Slave To The Grind 30 Anniversary Tour.”
You can check out the post below.
— Sebastian Bach (@sebastianbach) July 20, 2021