Former Skid singer Sebastian Bach is set celebrate the 30th anniversary of the band’s double-platinum, sophomore album Slave To The Grind with a tour this fall.

Bach is set to kick off the trek on September 25 in Waterloo, New York, and wrap in San Diego, California, on December 17. Tickets go on sale on Friday at

Bach will perform the album in it entirety along with several other songs from the band’s catalog. Detroit band Kaleido will provide support on the trek.

Earlier, Bach had celebrated the 30th anniversary of Skid Row’s 1989 self-titled debut album by playing the record in its entirety on tour.

“None of us could believe the day Slave to the Grind came out and became the first heavy rock album to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard album chart,” Bach said. “The band were naturally ecstatic, as were the record company and all involved, as well as my father and my family.”

He added, “I look forward to playing Slave to the Grind in its entirety in the U.S.A. this fall for the 30th anniversary and for the first time offer a look behind-the-scenes into the creation of the album cover artwork.”

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