Guess what folks?
Sebastian Bach isn’t trying to reinvent rock and roll music. Why would he want to do that? Why do anything other than what you’ve always done, right?
Oh, and he’s focused on releasing as much music as possible, so he can live on forever. I hope that the internet never shuts down, or else I won’t be immortal, right?
“Rock ‘n’ roll music is kind of like a form of immortality,” Bach says in a new interview. “I can listen to Ronnie James Dio, who is sadly no longer with us but the music will never go away. I can put the CD on or fill my iPod with it and listen to Jeff Buckley or Jimi Hendrix or one of these amazing musicians who are no longer with us but are completely alive through the music.”
He also discussed his upcoming solo album, which I can’t wait to not listen to.
“I know how to make good albums. I am very critical. I have to totally be in love with what I am hearing come over the speakers in order to put my name on it, do these interviews, go on tour and support it for the rest of my life,” he says.
“I am not trying to reinvent rock ‘n’ roll music. I am trying to give you more of what you expect of me,” he says. “That’s why I look up to bands like Rush, Neil Young and AC/DC…they keep making albums and keep rocking and that’s what I am going to do for the rest of my life.”
I feel bad for Sebastian Bach. He doesn’t realize he’s basically a joke. He’s like that dude who looks in the mirror and thinks he looks fly, but is really just an overly confident mutant.
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