Friday, May 27, 2011

Sebastian Bach done mixing new album

Three months and the music is complete.

Back in February, Sebastian Bach entered an L.A. studio with his new guitarist Nick Sterling, drummer Bobby Jarzombek and producer Bob Marlette to record Bach's next CD, due this fall via the Italian label Frontiers Records.

"We are DONE mixing the new CD," Bach updated fans Thursday via his Facebook page. "The last song we just completed was 'Awake', which a lot of you know. The melody from Nick Sterling in the chorus is so incredible; tender, heart-wrenching, builds into an emotional crescendo that is so beautiful and heavy to me. After much attention to detail from producer Bob Marlette, Nick, and myself, we now have the 'magic mix' of this track that literally makes me want to rip the skin off my chest it sounds so good."

"Next up we master the CD and vinyl versions of the record at Precision Sound in L.A.,”
added Bach. “Like my last CD, Tom Baker will master the record, because he did such a perfect job mastering 'Angel Down'.”

"Get ready to rock, mothertruckers! In stores this September!"

Sebastian plays the Rocklahoma Festival this Saturday (28) on a bill headlined by Staind; the same day, the Canadian rocker will also be featured on the VH1 Classic broadcast of the third annual Revolver Golden God Awards, which happened last month in Los Angeles.

Bach hosted the VH1 pre-show “black carpet,” doing interviews with all the rockers, before joining Asking Alexandria on stage for a cover of Skid Row’s “Youth Gone Wild.” Revolver has just released a special Golden Gods issue of the magazine, which features exclusive behind-the-scenes photos and interviews.

Skid Row Skid Row

Asking Alexandria – Youth Gone Wild
With guest Sebastian Bach

Revolver Golden Gods Awards
Club Nokia – Los Angeles, CA – April 20, 2011

See also:

Sebastian Bach almost became singer for Judas Priest
VIDEO: Sebastian Bach rocks M3 Festival
VIDEO: Sebastian Bach goes acoustic in Allentown
Sebastian Bach arrested for marijuana possession
Sebastian Bach tells Skid Row: “Kiss my ass!”