STRYPER frontman Michael Sweet says Sebastian Bach's fans want him to revert to a classic Skid Row sound on future solo albums.
And Sweet, who is about to release an record with ex-Dokken guitarist George Lynch, has told the Trunk Nation program on Sirius XM's Hair Nation channel that he entered into talks over producing just such an album.
"This isn't a bash against Sebastian at all, it's just my opinion," Sweet told host Eddie Trunk.
"I think people want to hear Sebastian of old. They want to hear the Skid Row Sebastian. They want to hear the hits. He's giving them modern rock.
"It (Given 'Em Hell) is a good album. It's a good sounding album but it's not the glory days. I think that's one thing Stryper at least tried to do (with No More Hell To Pay) and I saw the numbers to prove it."