SEBASTIAN BACH Talks New Album “Child Within The Man”: ‘It’s Mindblowing To Have My Songs Played On FM Radio In 2024’

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Sebastian Bach will release his long-awaited studio album, “Child Within the Man”, on May 10th via Reigning Phoenix Music.

With a career that has spanned over 35 years and tens of millions of albums sold, billions of streams, chart-topping songs, and packing arenas/theaters worldwide, Sebastian is back with a vengeance with the release of “Child Within the Man”. All hail the new “King of all Media” with his monstrous imprint on music, theater, film, television, and pop culture.

Although his last album, “Give ‘Em Hell”, was released in 2014, Sebastian continued to tour and perform. He launched successful tours such as 18 and LIVE and the celebratory 30th-anniversary outings in honor of Skid Row‘s self-titled album and “Slave To The Grind”. In 2016, he released his critically acclaimed autobiography “18 and Life on Skid Row”.

“Child Within the Man” sees Sebastian blending the raw energy of aggressive metal with the allure of unforgettable melodic hooks. To bring his ten-year musical vision to life, Sebastian tapped into a diverse pool of talented musicians from the rock and metal world. Leading the charge with his unmistakable vocals, Sebastian enlisted Devin Bronson on guitar, Todd Kerns on bass, and Jeremy Colson on drums for the album. Adding luminaries like Myles Kennedy, John 5, Steve Stevens, and Orianthi as collaborators and guest stars further enriches songs with their unique styles.

“Child Within The Man” Album Artwork

With Elvis Baskette producing, it’s no surprise that the result is a boundary-pushing endeavor, delivering entertaining and enduringly memorable music. It’s exciting to see artists like Sebastian continue innovating and evolving within the metal and rock landscape.

On April 14th, Sebastian performed at the Whiskey-a-Go-Go and will start his tour in Brazil on April 26th. To pre-order the album or tickets to his upcoming shows, click HERE.

Correspondent Robert Cavuoto spoke with Sebastian, who shares how his management didn’t allow him to listen to his completed album or discuss any details of its creation with friends or family, how Myles Kennedy approached producer Elvis Baskette about sharing song ideas – one of them became the first single, how he appreciated working with Myles, and why Sebastian thinks this is his comeback album!

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