In a recent conversation with Sleaze Roxx, Skid Row’s Dave ”Snake” Sabo mentioned that a reunion with former singer Sebastian Bach is not even part of the band’s thought process and also said that the public fixation about this reunion is ”silly”.
“You know, it’s silly. It’s just silly. We’re so focused on the here and now and what we’ve been able to accomplish, and what we feel we have an opportunity to accomplish in our future, so that’s not even part of the thought process. And it hasn’t been for 20-something years.
“You know, there was a brief moment in time that it was being considered but that fizzled out really quick. We’ve been really staunched in our position and remained. This is who we are now. We’ve gone through several iterations of the band and everybody who’s been in the band has played an important role, one way or another, in allowing us to continue on.
“And this is where we are now and Erik is our singer, and we’re proud of that. We’re proud of the record that we were able to make together, and again, we’re already writing songs for the next record. Erik is involved in that and I feel the world has opened up again for us in a sense.
”And I am really grateful for that. Again, like I said, the response for this record has been really, really humbling, and we’ll continue touring and we’ll continue to release some product as well along the way. There’s some other stuff in the works for later on in the late summer.
“All this time, we’ll be doing Europe dates with Kiss. It’s just another unbelievable opportunity. We toured with them on their first ”farewell” tour in 2000, and to be involved with this one, it’s just, on a small level of course, it’s just such an honor to be asked to you know support them and open up for them on this last go around for them.”