During a brand new interview with Loudwire, former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach was once again asked if he would be open to a reunion of the band’s classic lineup. “I don’t have any reason why not to do that. I mean, I have a manager named Rick Sales, and he guides my career, and something like that is way beyond me. I don’t know how to answer that. But if they wanna get together and jam… “I’m just so fucking busy that I don’t… I know the fans think about that all the time. I’m doing twelve cities in thirteen days right now; it’s hard to describe to people what that is, how much work goes into it. So my brain is focused on what I’m doing. I’m releasing a book [and] there is a lot that I have to do.
Sebastian continued: “I have no animosity towards anybody in SKID ROW, and the fact that we’re all, five of us, still alive in this world is a pretty amazing feat. So I would someday definitely like to hear the five guys who made those records play live together again. Yes, I would. ‘Cause I’m a fan too.
Asked if there has been any contact between him and his former bandmates in SKID ROW about a possible reunion, Bach paused for a long time before answering: “Rick Sales is my manager. He handles everything to do with the SKID ROW reunion. And if there is a reunion, it’s a very complicated business thing, and I really… I just don’t even know what to say. I don’t know what to say.
After being pressed again about whether he would want to reunite with his former band, Sebastian said: “I’m up for it, if they are.