Former Skid Row singer Sebastian Bach has been approached with "a very nice offer" to write an autobiography and he's considering doing it.
He said: "It seems like such an overwhelming project. My story is insanely insane. I think I could do a hell of a book. I could make Motley Crue's 'The Dirt' look clean if I wanted to. Or it could also be a photo book of all the early Skid Row pictures that chicks from the Internet cannot get enough of, the pinups and stuff. Every time I put one of those on my web site, the Internet shuts down."
"I'd want to write it by myself; I look at Duff McKagan's book, Dee Snider's -- they wrote those by themselves and they're amazing books. The main thing is it has to blow me away before I release it. It has to give me goose bumps or I won't put it out."
Bach said he isn't on a timetable for the book. He feels the same way about making a new album.
He said: "The record company wants another album right now. They're very happy with 'Kicking & Screaming;' 'Wow, that was killer. Let's do that again right now!' But I've got nothing right now. I'm sorry planet Earth. I think 'Kicking & Screaming' sounds so good I'm in that position of, 'Omigod, how am I gonna top that one?!' Hopefully I'll snap out of that vibe soon, but I don't see right now how I Can put together 13 tunes that are that good. I don't have anything lying around on my hard drive that sounds even close to that, so it's not going to happen any time soon. I wish it would, but it's not an easy thing to do."