Sebastian Bach was thinking about a special tour, celebrating 30th anniversary of SKID ROW‘s “Slave To The Grind” album.
Bach was asked on Twitter by a fan if he will “possibly be doing a ‘Slave’ 30th anniversary tour next year,” he responded:
This lead to speculation online that there might be an effort from Bach to perform the album with Skid Row members.
In an interview with Billboard, Bach in January 2019, Bach spoke about SKID ROW‘s decision to follow up its multi-platinum self-titled debut album with a much more aggressive sophomore effort.
“The times were getting heavier. The bands that didn’t get heavier in ’91 really lost fans quick. Looking in hindsight, the whole scene was changing to a darker thing. If we had gotten lighter than the first SKID ROW record in ’91, I don’t think we’d be doing this interview right now.”