Led by charismatic frontman Sebastian Bach, Skid Row
scored some big hits in their career, with
"Slaves To The Grind" and "Monkey Business" two of their
Often lumped into the glam metal crowd, Skid Row's music
was a bit tougher than others of that ilk and actually
the band got heavier with their later releases, with
Subhuman Race clearly their heaviest work.
The band enjoyed success during their run in the early
nineties but inevitably things soured later on, and with
relationships straining between band members led to the
band's semi-breakup in the late nineties, only to return
to the scene minus Bach.
Their post-Bach album have garnered some praise but
in general they haven't lifted the band to its previous heights.
For years there's been talk of Bach coming back, but this
appears to be wishful thinking on their fans' part, as neither
party seems particularly keen on such a reunion.