It seems like you can spot Sebastian Bach pretty much anywhere. Whether it be on stage with Asking Alexandria or hanging in a bar with Judas Priest, we get the idea that the former Skid Row singer will pop up whereever there’s a band on stage or an open bar.
The latest random Bach sighting was this past Friday night (June 24) when he joined Children Of Bodom on stage during their show at the House Of Blues in West Hollywood, California. According to a Facebook posting (which included the picture seen off to the side), Bach’s appearance came as a surprise to frontman/guitarist Alexi Laiho. Multiple fan filmed clips of Bach joining the Finnish metallers on stage towards the end of “Hate Crew Deathroll,” some of which can be seen below.
It actually would have been cool to see Bach perform a song with Bodom, rather than just him chanting and screaming to the audience. It wouldn’t necessarily have to have been a Skid Row tune, but it would’ve been cool to see them performing their cover of Eddie Murphy’s “Party All The Time” with Bach on clean vocals. Oh well, maybe some day…