After parting ways with singer ZP Theart after six years, Skid Row has brought frontman Erik Gronwall into the fold 2022. Gronwall was previously the singer for Swedish rockers H.E.A.T. and starred alongside Alice Cooper in NBC's televised production of Jesus Christ Superstar in 2018.
Gronwall recorded a new album, The Gang's All Here, with Skid Row. The title track from the album drops tomorrow, Friday, March 25.
Skid Row's first live gig with Gronwall will take place on Saturday, March 26. The legendary New Jersey heavy metal band will support Scorpions Las Vegas residency this month and next.
"It's a new era for Skid Row," the band explained in a statement. "With a new album, a new single and a world tour, we've added a new voice.
The Gang's All Here is Skid Row's sixth studio album overall, and the band's first new record in 16 years. It's due out October 14.
Bach, who was fired from Skid Row in 1996, has for years lobbied to return to the band.
When his overtures last year were ignored, Bach launched his own national tour, celebrating the 30th anniversary of Skid Row's seminal 1991 album, Slave to the Grind.