On Twitter, former Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach has responded to a question about the 30th anniversary of their legendary album ‘Slave To The Grind’ and seems like he’s open for negotiating possible reunion events.
On June 11, 1991, Skid Row released their 2nd album ‘Slave To The Grind’ which is featuring some biggest hits of the band such as Monkey Business and In A Darkened Room.
A fan named Gbean asked Sebastian:
“Will you possibly be doing a Slave 30th-anniversary tour next year? Please?”
About ‘Slave To The Grind’ album, a fan said:
“Seriously underrated album. I blame the timing; this is when grunge was taking heavy metal’s place in popularity.”
“Number one on the Billboard chart is not underrated.”
You can see the original tweet below.
Anything's possible https://t.co/RMRUOpKaxE
— Sebastian Bach (@sebastianbach) June 11, 2020