Sebastian Bach is preparing to offer the ultimate live package for fans, as the 'ABachalypse Now' CD/DVD collection will arrive on March 26. The frontman has just unveiled the electronic press kit for the upcoming release in which he discusses some of the material fans are getting.

In the promo, which can be seen below, Bach focuses on the Graspop Metal Meeting performance in Belgium, which is just part of the footage that fans will get in the package. The vocalist says, "This is one of my favorite shows to watch because I was bitching and moaning about it for like a week before I did it, because it was the earliest set time I think I've ever experienced, going on at noon or one in the afternoon."

He recalls, "There was a torrential rainstorm, which made it even funnier. So I was just whining the whole time. It made it so I couldn't run around and jump around, I just had to stand there in a puddle of water and scream my guts out. I think the band played really good show at this show." Despite the conditions, Bach says he finds it fun to watch in retrospect and loves the final video footage from the show.

The ultimate CD/DVD edition features the Graspop Metal Meeting, plus a full never-before-seen set from Hellfest in France and a fully remixed and remastered show from Los Angeles' Nokia Theater.

In other Sebastian Bach news, the musician has been working on new music of late. He's teamed with Billy Idol guitarist Steve Stevens on songs. He also recently rehearsed with Fuel's Brett Scallions, Barenaked Ladies' Ed Robertson, members of O.A.R. and the Dave Matthews Band for a live show that will air Saturday (March 16) on AXS TV.

Watch Sebastian Bach's EPK Discussing the Graspop Festival Performance