Revolver magazine has uploaded video footage of former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach rehearsing with U.K.'s ASKING ALEXANDRIA for a performance of the SKID ROW classic "Youth Gone Wild" at the third annual Revolver Golden Gods Awards, which was held on April 20 at Club Nokia in Los Angeles, California. Two takes were filmed, both of which can be seen below.
In an interview with Metal Assault, Bach stated about his collaboration with ASKING ALEXANDRIA, "I'm not a youth anymore, I'm 43 years old but they [ASKING ALEXANDRIA] are, like, 20. So they're youth and they get right into it, so that's killer."
ASKING ALEXANDRIA paid homage to Bach by covering the SKID ROW classics "Youth Gone Wild" and "18 And Life" on their "Life Gone Wild" EP. In addition, ASKING ALEXANDRIA conducted an in-depth interview with Bach as part of Revolver's renowned "Rebel Meets Rebel" feature. In this comprehensive four-page feature ASKING ALEXANDRIA's Danny Worsnop (vocals) and Ben Bruce (guitars) spoke with Bach about a plethora of topics such as the rigors of the hard partying lifestyle on tour, Bach's "Youth Gone Wild" era, Amsterdam memories and "pussy passes," among a slew of other hilarious info that make this a must-read interview.
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