×
Rhapsody App for
Rhapsody International, Inc.

Listen to

Angel Down

by Sebastian Bach

Angel Down by Sebastian Bach

Listen to

Angel Down

by Sebastian Bach

Play on Rhapsody
Released:
Label: Sebastian Bach
Second solo album from the much maligned (admittedly his own fault at times) pop metal frontman and reality TV star. Sebastian Bach may be a publicist's worst nightmare but the man's talents as a metal singer, which have only matured since his firing from Skid Row in 1996, are inarguable. The best parts of Angel Down -- an evocation of Dimebag's ghost in "Done Bleeding" and anytime Axl Rose shows up (which is a lot) -- prove Bach is more than some hair metal has-been and bad TV staple.

About This Album

Second solo album from the much maligned (admittedly his own fault at times) pop metal frontman and reality TV star. Sebastian Bach may be a publicist's worst nightmare but the man's talents as a metal singer, which have only matured since his firing from Skid Row in 1996, are inarguable. The best parts of Angel Down -- an evocation of Dimebag's ghost in "Done Bleeding" and anytime Axl Rose shows up (which is a lot) -- prove Bach is more than some hair metal has-been and bad TV staple.

Tracks

About This Album

Second solo album from the much maligned (admittedly his own fault at times) pop metal frontman and reality TV star. Sebastian Bach may be a publicist's worst nightmare but the man's talents as a metal singer, which have only matured since his firing from Skid Row in 1996, are inarguable. The best parts of Angel Down -- an evocation of Dimebag's ghost in "Done Bleeding" and anytime Axl Rose shows up (which is a lot) -- prove Bach is more than some hair metal has-been and bad TV staple.