Why did Skid Row break up?
from WIKI  B-Side Ourselves, Hiatus, Subhuman Race and departure of Sebastian Bach (1993-1998) Before a third album could be recorded, Skid Row took an extended hiatus in 1993, following the Slave to the Grind tour and the release of the EP, B-Side Ourselves, in September 1992. For some time, Skid Row parted ways with Wagener, possibly due to their music taking a different direction for the follow-up to Slave to the Grind. In 1994, the band returned to the studio with Bob Rock (of Metallica, Mötley Crüe and The Offspring fame), to record their third studio album. Subhuman Race, released in March 1995, charted in the top 40. Although it did not achieve the success of Skid Row and Slave to the Grind, it generated a few hits, but at that point, their videos were rarely played on MTV, partly because grunge was rising and metal was dying. Eventually, Sebastian Bach was fired by the band in late 1996, just after turning down a show with KISS. He was replaced in Skid Row by Sean McCabe.