Mass shootings in the U.S. seem to happen quite often now.
Former Skid Row singer Sebastian has been vocal about the shootings and this time he has once again slammed lawmakers for failing to enact tougher gun laws.
Bach addressed this after a teenager shot five fellow students in a killing rampage at a Southern California high school.
Nathaniel Tennosuke Berhow pulled a gun from his backpack Thursday at Saugus High School in the Los Angeles suburb of Santa Clarita, shot five students at random and then shot himself in the head. He died the following afternoon.
Bach took to Twitter and said:
“Like @deesnider always said: ‘he was a quiet boy.’ Well F*CK being QUIET #F*CKGUNS #f*cktheNRA + f*ck anyone who values a gun over the life of a child” He also added a middle finger emoji.
The following day, Bach weighed in on a Los Angeles Times opinion piece which claimed that “there are five types” of mass shooters. He shared a link to the article and included the commentary: “There is one type. An a*shole with access to a gun in the United States of America. Only.”
Sebastian Bach is currently smashing Skid Row classics live. Sebastian Bach and Skid Row are household names in the history of rock music. Skid Row’s first two albums were instant classics with the band achieving commercial success in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The first two albums titled Skid Row (1989) and Slave to the Grind (1991) were certified multi-platinum. Especially ‘Slave To The Grind’, which touched number one on the Billboard 200. After parting ways with Sebastian Bach, Bach has been playing the songs live with his solo band once in a while. Fans have been craving for a reunion between Skid Row and Sebastian Bach which sadly didn’t happen.