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Give 'Em Hell

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In 2011, former Skid Row vocalist Sebastian Bach returned with 'Kicking & Screaming', his first new album since 2007. It was met with great critical acclaim from both the press and the fans. Sebastian is now back with 'Give 'Em Hell', another no compromise, fist in your face, hard rock and heavy metal record which sees his now signature sound and vocal style in top form.

Produced again by Bob Marlette (Black Sabbath, Shinedown, Atreyu, Filter), 'Give 'Em Hell' sees some very special guests joining Sebastian on the songwriting and playing front: Steve Stevens (Billy Idol); John 5 (Marilyn Manson, Rob Zombie, David Lee Roth) and Duff McKagan (Guns 'N Roses, Velvet Revolver).
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  • Audio CD (April 22, 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Frontiers Music Srl
  • ASIN: B00HJ7IO0A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (77 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #71,003 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Give 'em Hell has met with mixed reviews and an "as well as can be expected" sort of sales report. Bach, himself has admitted his confusion at the disparity between his number of facebook fans and his record sales and unfortunately, I think a lot of Bach's own comments make him an easy target and in turn, tarnish people's perception of the music before they have given it much of a chance. I think much of the criticism has been unwarranted. And I will say this for Bach, despite his reputation, a combination of arrogance, ignorance and overall immaturity (a reputation that he himself has perpetuated in too many interviews and reality tv shows) he does genuinely LOVE the music. I have been reading interviews with artists for over 30 years that faithfully report that their newest work is their best work, when we all know that it's not, and Bach isn't saying this is better than Skid Row, but he clearly loves it and he is very proud of it and I have to say, it is refreshing to hear that sort of honest enthusiasm, especially coming from such a veteran performer. That being said, the new album, for what it is, is actually really good. This is not Skid Row. Bach has gone darker and heavier, more modern … His singing fits the music perfectly and his voice is still there. There has been a lot of talk (a lot of it by Bach, himself) about his screams (and they are good), but his control in the lower register is what makes his range really impressive. Beyond just the sonic range though is the emotional depth that his vocals bring to the songs. It’s just a terrific performance. Maybe his best. The music has taken a lot of abuse, but don’t let that scare you off.Read more ›
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I have been a HUGE fan of Sebastian Bach since the 80's when he was in Skid Row. This is one of the most complete albums of his career, very melodic, great backing musicians, & solid songs. This album grows on you more every time you listen to it. The range of Sebastian's voice is amazing, & he delivers it all through the album. I highly recommend this to everyone, especially long time fans!!!
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I've been a big Baz fan since the first Skid row, and the guy never lets me down. Truly one of the vocal greats. A vocal powerhouse. This is another mean slab in the Bach audio onslaught.

I always loved the semi-dark feeling of "midnight/tornado" and had always secretly wished to hear Bach elaborate in that direction and this album sort of does that for me. It kinda feels like "halloween with Bach" at times, which is great because it's so unusual for him to go that direction historically, but he does it so well.

I love that some of the songs are short and end way before you'd think, so you wanna hear it over again right away. I'd be expecting to hear more musical exploration or build up or something, so the songs come off to me as uniquely compact and surprising. It's special for a song to end well before it "needs to" end. Some of these songs kind of shocked me with their artistic discipline in that way. The guitar sound is great and everything meshes so well on this album that sometimes when a song ends, it's making a statement by ending when it ends.
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Sebastian Bach is back with his third studio album “Give ‘Em Hell” (2014). Quite simply, if you like old-school Skid Row and you enjoyed Bach’s other solo albums, you are going to like this one too. As the title of the album implies, this is a kick-ass, old-school heavy metal album. Bach isn’t breaking any new ground here, it’s the same type of 80s/early 90s hard-rock that he’s been making for his whole career, but that’s all he’s trying to do and the album succeeds on its own terms. And while the album is sort of “more of the same,” the album still manages to sound fresh and compelling as the material is very strong. With the exception of the obligatory (but good) balled “Had Enough” and a cover of April Wine’s “Love is a Vicious Game,” “Give ‘Em Hell” rocks hard, front to back. The one more experimental song “Push Away,” has a bit of an industrial, Marilyn Manson feel.

Bach, now 46, sounds as good today as he did when he was 19 when he sang on Skid Row’s self-titled debut. Bach’s band which includes Duff McKagan on bass (GN’R, Velvet Revolver, Loaded), Devin Bronson (guitar), and Bobby Jarzombek (drums), sound great and are aided by such legends as Steve Stevens and John 5 on some of the tracks. If you like classic Skid Row, Guns N’ Roses, Motley Crue, KISS, etc. you are going to really dig “Give ‘Em Hell,” which is so far, the best hard-rock/heavy metal album of 2014.
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Why the hell would a great singer like Bach need to put out an album of uninspired, generic, crap nurock garbage? Are half the reviewers here even listening to this before writing reviews or are these 5 star people the audience Bach was trying to appeal to? Anyone who is a fan of Bach's previous efforts both solo and with Skid Row wont find much to like here for very long....song starts, riff sounds appealing then turns into the nu-whiney crap "rock"/polished turd "rock" sound that sounds like all the other shat out, manufactured garbage on the radio. Fail album.
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