Former Skid Row frontman Sebastian Bach has responded to the band's claims that a classic line-up reunion would be "a waste of time," Classic Rock reports.
As the singer notes, he considers the band's refusal to reform an insult to the fans:
"I go on my Twitter feed and I read things like it's the 25th anniversary of the first Skid Row album - and Skid Row doesn't give a s--t.
"I would love to do something to celebrate it. My former bandmates are like, 'Nah, we're playing a bowling alley. We're happy.'
"I guess my band is allergic to cash. They're happy not being big. It's such an insult to the millions of people who dig our albums. It's like saying, 'We were just joking back then - happy anniversary!'"
Skid Row have been fronted by Bach's replacement, Johnny Solinger for the past 14 years. They're currently working on the second installment of their "United World Rebellion" EP series. Bach, meanwhile, is set to release a new solo album, titled "Give 'Em Hell," in April.