Fans of rock 'n roll mayhem step this way...
Sebastian Bach is one of those characters that are distinctive in rock.
Whether you like him or hate him there is no doubt that you will recognise
that voice each time you hear it.
This DVD opens with The Last Hard Mens "Sleep" live, a nice addition to the DVD as the band were so short lived.
Next up is 3 old Skid Row songs live from Holywood ((Slave to the Grind,
Piece of Me and Frozen) you know how they go and Sebs band play them as good
as the old band did.
The DVD takes an interesting turn with the segments titled "Bach in the Basement" you get to see the band practice a bit and
Bach comes across quite amusing. The segment titled "Mike Technique" is, to
be blunt, pointless. However, there are some real classic moments here,
including a cover of Kiss's "Parasite" that is outstanding, and the best
track on the DVD a live rendition of Skid Rows "In a Darkened Room". There
is some great footage of Bach and Ted Nugent, including Bach grooming a
horse and also playing "air shovel", and also with Motley Crues Vince Neil
in a staged but highly amusing car race.
There are some really good extras including a demo of new songs "Always" and "Never be the Same" and some
great unaired "Forever Wild" moments, there are also a number of great live
performances and over all this is a DVD well worth having if you are a fan of
Skid Row/Seb Bach or just Rock n Roll mayhem in general.
Review by Nikk Gunns