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Sebastion Bach - Angel Down
UK release 21st July 2008
Published by Rock3
20-06-2008
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Sebastion Bach - Angel Down

Bach has mastered himself a hum dinger of an album here with his second solo album Angel Down, jammed packed with full on metal sounds and certainly a lot more beef then the Skid Row days and now that his balls have dropped we get a lower and deeper sound from his screaming and general singing that suits rock a lot easier.

The album contains fourteen tracks of quality stadium metal ranging from the power tracks of the opening title track 'Angel Down' with brooding intro and pantera style rumbling riffs and Bach giving his best evil devil screaming vocals matched by the obscene squealing guitars, bang up to date feel and a great opening tune, we are then provided with some retro 80's metal Bach style with 'You Don't Understand' but with today’s tempo injected into it, bags of sing along bits, some head nodding and a balanced mix of riffs and twitchy guitar bits.

The rush don't end there because we are then subjected to three tunes where Axl Rose duets with Sebby first with 'Back In The Saddle' the old Aerosmith tune and rather then layered vocals we have the two old boys belting it out... who needs mixer's?, the second song they do is '(Love is) A Bitchslap' and a much better revved up version then I have heard before, then the guys finish off with 'Stuck Inside'.

Bach come's back with American Metalhead and its slow tempered riffing that creates a mean feel throughout the song, Bach then works you over with a couple of solid tracks before we get the slushy ballad (hold up your lighters girls) 'By your Side' , the last five tracks go back to 'Skid Row era, but with a harder leaner edge then the fans would remember, but "this is rock as we used to know it Jim", but hey the fans have waited twenty years to hear this and what a good

Job Bach and his famous producer Roy Z has done. Worth every penny it costs to buy if your a classic rocker, and if your a Skid Row fan, then it would be worth getting in a bidding war to bag your copy. Although if your in the states you probably have your copy already.


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