Sebastian Bach once again addressed the possible reunion of Skid Row on Twitter while replying to a fan. The singer stated that he doesn’t see a reason not to reunite.

Bach was the lead vocalist of Skid Row from 1987 to 1996 and produced the band’s best work within those nine years. This year marks the 30th anniversary of their most influential album ‘Slave to the Grind,’ and Sebastian Bach is currently on tour to celebrate it. Although he asked his former bandmates to join him, the band’s guitarist Dave Sabo declined, and the drummer Rob Affuso accepted.

Bach left the band after nine years because of the increasing conflicts between him and the other band members. It is claimed that they disagreed over the musical material, and Bach was a difficult person to work with. There are also rumors that Sebastian quit because the band didn’t want to play as an opening act for KISS.

Subsequently, he certainly left due to the tensions between the band members, and they haven’t reunited ever since. Skid Row continued to perform, replacing Bach with Johnny Solinger later with Tony Harnell, and finally with ZP Theart. The singer recently tweeted that he is looking positively towards a reunion with the band after a fan asked him about it.

Here is what the fan tweeted:

“Any chance of you singing with Skid Row again?”

Here is his reply:

“I don’t see why not.

In another tweet, a fan stated:

“It’s not Skid without you. Period.”

And Bach replied:

“Don’t understand how it could be.”

Bach has made it clear that Skid Row holds a special place in his heart. Although he was previously rejected by his former bandmates with his idea of a ‘Slave to the Grind’ tour, the singer would still like to reunite. The band members’ main concern was working with Bach and his complex personality again, but Bach recently stated that they shouldn’t judge him based on his personality in 1996.

You can see the tweets below.