Sebastian Bach unveils release date, track list for 'Give'em Hell'



Sebastian Bach may have left fans ‘Kicking & Screaming’ with his last solo offering but he’s now ready to unleash his follow-up disc, ‘Give ‘Em Hell’ on April 22 via Frontiers Records.

Produced by Bob Marlette and featuring guest spots from Duff McKagan of Velvet Revolver and Guns N’ Roses fame, John 5 of Rob Zombie’s band and and Billy Idol’s co-pilot Steve Stevens, ‘Give ‘Em Hell’ sets the bar high from the word “go.” Always surrounding himself with great talent, the band supporting Bach this time around is made up of Devin Bronson on guitars and Bobby Jarzombek on drums.

One of the most enthusiastic rockers on the planet, Bach has plenty to say about the new disc. “I could not be more proud of the new cd, ‘Give ‘Em Hell,’” Bach shares. “As a rock music fan myself, I listen to it every single day. As a musician, I honestly feel like I have reached a new level of album recording. As an audiophile, I could not be more blown away by the sound! The production and mastering sound so good that it’s perfect to show off your high-end stereo system.”

He continues singing the praises of ‘Give’ Em Hell,’ saying, “Ever since my first record ‘Skid Row’ on through ‘Slave to the Grind’ up to ‘Kicking & Screaming’  and ‘Angeldown,’ I have always been concerned, first and foremost, with making quality records for my fans.  And I can honestly say that ‘Give’ Em Hell’ meets or even exceeds the standards set by some of the records I have put out in the past. “

‘Give’ Em Hell’ is currently available for pre-order on iTunes and on Amazon.  Fans who pre-order from iTunes will get a special preview with the instant download of the new song ‘Hell Inside My Head.’

A few parting words from Bach? “I can’t wait for you all to hear this record! Let’s Give’ Em Hell in 2014 Mother Truckers!”

‘Give ’Em Hell’ Track Listing:
‘Hell Inside My Head’
‘Harmony’
‘All My Friends Are Dead’
‘Temptation’
‘Push Away’
‘Dominator’
‘Had Enough’
‘Gun To A Knife Fight’
‘Rock N’ Roll Is A Vicious Game’
‘Taking Back Tomorrow’
‘Disengaged’
‘Forget You’

 

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