TWISTED SISTER's DEE SNIDER to release 'Leave A Scar' solo album in July
Dee Snider has set “Leave A Scar” as the title of his upcoming solo album, tentatively due in July via Napalm Records.
The TWISTED SISTER singer revealed the name of his new solo record in an interview with New York’s Q104.3 radio station. Speaking about the LP’s musical direction, he said (see video below): “It is very heavy, but there are some surprises on there that I think people are gonna really be excited about.”
Snider’s next solo album will be the follow-up to “For The Love Of Metal”, which was released in July 2018 via Napalm Records. That effort, which was produced by HATEBREED vocalist Jamey Jasta, featured contributions from Howard Jones (ex-KILLSWITCH ENGAGE), Mark Morton (LAMB OF GOD), Alissa White-Gluz (ARCH ENEMY), Joel Grind and Nick Bellmore (TOXIC HOLOCAUST), and Charlie Bellmore (KINGDOM OF SORROW).
Snider previously spoke about his upcoming solo LP during an October 2020 interview with Full Metal Jackie’s nationally syndicated radio show. At the time, he said: “I’m working with the same amazing team — the Bellmore brothers, Charlie on guitar and Nickey. Nickey plays drums, but also is the engineer and mixer — an amazing, talented guy. And Jamey Jasta is the producer and curator. He is the gatekeeper, the master. As all ideas are brought in, they’re filtered through Jamey, his ears, and have to get a thumbs-up from him before it makes it to the record. But now we no longer have to do that ‘Is this gonna work?’ thing. And for me, it’s, ‘Do I trust these guys?’ I mean, I trusted them in the sense that they were friends, but when Jamey challenged me to do the metal record, I had my doubts. I don’t wanna say it’s doubts, but I thought, ‘How is this gonna work?’ So there was an initial thing where we were all feeling each other out. Now, after two years of working together, touring with the Bellmore brothers, locking in a band with Nick ‘Taz’ Petrino on guitar and Russ Pizzuto on bass guitar, we come in and we don’t have to waste any time with that. There is trust, we do know our direction, we do know what works for Dee Snider and for this project, and we just go full steam ahead.”
TWISTED SISTER called it quits in 2016 after completing a farewell 40th-anniversary tour.