SEBASTIAN BACH To Headline U.K.'s BLOODSTOCK Festival

Former SKID ROW singer Sebastian Bach has issued the following update:

"INCREDIBLE! I am totally excited to announce that we are HEADLINING 'the U.K.'S biggest metal festival' Bloodstock on June 24/25 2005!! This is the first time in my life I have ever headlined an outdoor festival in England and we are gonna tear it up in a major-league fashion! The last outdoor show I did there was Castle Donington 1995 opening for METALLICA so this is definitely something I have looked forward to for a long time! The bill is incredible too! Opening the show are EDGUY, EVERGREY and HUMANITY so far with more acts to be announced! See you again England this June we can't wait!!!!!!!!!!!"

To see tons of brand new live and backstage pictures of Sebastian Bach taken last month in London, England by expert photographer George Chin, click here.

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