Sebastian Bach Details New Album 'Give 'Em Hell,' Streaming 'Temptation' Track

artist: Sebastian Bach date: 02/20/2014 category: upcoming releases
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Sebastian Bach Details New Album 'Give 'Em Hell,' Streaming 'Temptation' Track
Sebastian Bach recently unveiled full details of his upcoming new album "Give 'Em Hell," confirming April 22 release via Frontiers Records.

Produced by Bob Marlette (Black Sabbath, Rob Zombie, Shinedown) and mastered by Tom Baker, the "Kicking & Screaming" follow-up features 12 new tracks, including the recently premiered "Temptation" tune. Unveiled on "Mohr Stories" podcast, the song is available for streaming below.

"The CD Tom gave me today is exactly what I want you all to hear when you press 'Play' on the new record," Bach noted (via Blabbermouth) "Tom has taken Bob Marlette's incredible mixes and retained all of the warmth and added sonic sparkle and excellence that I just cannot believe it when I listen to it.

"I truly feel like the luckiest man on earth right now," the vocalist added. "I truly love the CD and I just cannot wait for you all to crank the hell right out of it! It has been delivered to the presses and they are making one especially for you right at this very second!"

The list of special guests featured on the record includes Duff McKagan, John 5 and Steve Stevens. Check out the "Give 'Em Hell" front cover below.

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