Dee Snider Confirms He’s Demoing New Album And Shares The Line-up For 2021 Record
Dee Snider who came to prominence as lead singer and songwriter of Twisted Sister shared a post on his official Twitter page finally revealing that he’s working on a brand new album in addition to unveiling the musicians he’s working with for his next album.
Dee Snider has always been quite active on his social media accounts, from answering his fans’ questions during Q&A sessions to announcing his most recent projects, especially on his official Twitter account on which he has over 200k followers.
As many of you might recall, Dee Snider revealed that he has been working on his next solo album since August 2020 and the upcoming album is going to be the follow-up to his last solo album named ‘For The Love Of Metal,’ which was released in July 2018 with a Twitter post.
Just like any other announcement, Dee Snider recently shared a post on his official Twitter page revealing the exciting news to his fans by stating that he started to record his upcoming album in the studio. In addition to this, Snider also revealed the musicians he has been working in the studio with for his album, apparently, Snider is working with Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta and Snider’s touring guitarist Charlie Bellmore.
In addition to the exciting announcements, Dee Snider also revealed that he’s not looking for songs since the creativity and inspiration is flowing and apparently, as a successful songwriter, Snider is handling his own lyrics for the brand new album on his own perfectly.
Here is what Snider said:
“Another day in the studio demoing new stuff for my next album. Some great, haaaaaaard stuff coming together with the help of Jamey Jasta, Charlie Bellmore! Creative juices are flowing and inspiration is there. And before you ask, NO I’m not looking for songs!”
You can see the Twitter post below.
Another day in the studio demoing new stuff for my next album. Some great, haaaaaaard stuff coming together with the help of @jameyjasta @CharlieBellmore @NBellmore! Creative juices are flowing and inspiration is there. And before you ask, NO I'm not looking for songs!
— Dee Snider🇺🇸 (@deesnider) January 16, 2021