Sebastian Bach Talks New Album, Shares His Hair Care Ritual
Clay Patrick McBride
"I look at music as a form of self-expression and I know exactly what I want to hear," singer Sebastian Bach tells Noisecreep. "I could not be happier with this CD [and] the way it sounds."
Bach's new record is called 'Kicking & Screaming.' The album is his first with label Frontiers and features axe work by Bach's new guitarist Nick Sterling. 'Kicking & Screaming' was written during a time of immense change for Bach, including divorce and the death of his father.
You always have to write what you feel, and a lot of the songs on the record are about losing a loved one, or finding new love," explains Bach. "That's kind of autobiographical and it goes along with the cover and the lyrics all kind of tie it in."
For all the introspection and modern production, Bach is still Bach: a performer known for a big voice and good looks. But how does Bach keep his hair looking so good? A strict routine and product, of course.
Watch 'Kicking & Screaming' From Sebastian Bach
"Specifically it's Nexxus Therapy shampoo, with Kerafix conditioner or a Moroccan oil leave-in and at the end, blow dry it... and then rub some Moroccan oil in to it and then you'll have a Sebastian Bach bouffant," laughs Bach as he explains his daily hair care ritual.
Bach has several tour dates booked in support of 'Kicking & Screaming.' The run kicks off Nov. 5 in New Jersey.