Alissa White-Gluz Celebrates Dee Snider For His New Album And Says He’s An Inspirational Vocalist
Canadian singer and the lead vocalist of Arch Enemy, Alissa White-Gluz, posted a new photo on her verified Instagram account today to celebrate her friend Dee Snider’s upcoming album named ‘Leave A Scar’ by sharing the cover art of it.
As you may remember, at the end of May, Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider released the first video single of the album named ‘I Gotta Rock (Again)‘ via Napalm Records and announced that his upcoming recording named ‘Leave A Scar’ is now available for pre-order. Fans can now buy the album for the price of $13.99 for the CD edition and $19.99 for the Vinyl. Dee fans can also buy Dee-Luxe Edition which will feature a jewel case, 7 inches single, leather wristband, and logo pin, via Napalm Records Store for the price of $49.99.
While announcing the album, Snider admitted that his first single is the starting gun and the driving motivation for his return to the studio to record his new album. While he did not want to announce it publicly, Dee also stated that he felt his recording and stage career was over two years ago. However, the COVID-19 pandemic and the political state of the world made him back to the studio.
Today, his friend and Arch Enemy star Alissa White-Gluz shared the cover art of Dee’s upcoming album which will feature 11 unreleased tracks and celebrated Jamey Jasta who is the producer of the album. Canadian star also did not forget to state that Twisted Sister frontman was always an inspirational vocalist and performer.
Here is what Arch Enemy star wrote in the caption:
“Congrats to my buddy Dee Snider on his new album! It’s called ‘Leave a Scar’ and he just released a killer single and video, which you can watch on YouTube!
Did you know I sang on Dee’s last album?
He is an inspirational vocalist, performer, and person! Rock on! And congrats to Jamey Jasta, the Bellemore bros, and everyone else involved in the new music!!”
You can check out the cover photo of the album right below.