SEBASTIAN BACH Says He Is 'Counting The Days' Until The Release Of His New CD

Former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach has posted the following message on his official web site:

"Well, what can I say but THANK YOU SO MUCH for the awesome 2-week tour!! The reception that you have given the new songs mean a lot to me! We worked really hard all summer on the new material & to play it live along with all your Bach favorites from the past was an exciting & cool thing to do, & the response on the new songs was more than I could have ever hoped for. Next up is the completion - release of the 'Forever Wild' DVD (finally!), then I film at least 2 more episodes of 'The Gilmore Girls', & then we will head straight into the studio to record the 2nd Sebastian Bach solo CD which will be out in time for a huge spring-summer 2004 WORLD tour !!!!!!!!!! I am counting the days!!!!"


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