Irene destroys rocker Sebastian Bach's home
Sebastian Bach was left head-shaking instead of head-banging after his Red Bank, N.J., house was rocked by Hurricane Irene over the weekend. The New York Daily News says the former Skid Row frontman wrote on Facebook Sunday that he was “numb, in shock and devastated” after his home was condemned after a nearby reservoir overflowed and sent a bridge crashing into his garage, knocking the house off its foundation and flooding his basement.
“The basement that has been dry for over 2 decades is now overflowing with water & I am not even allowed to start pumping the water out due to fears of electrocution,” the 43-year-old wrote. His family is safe but his collectibles are long gone, he lamented. “Gone are irreplacable items, such as my KISS Gargoyles from the 1979 tour. KISS pinball machine. Skid Row master tapes, video & audio, concerts, master tapes from 'Oh Say Can You Scream’ etc.” he wrote.