Twisted Sister’s frontman Dee Snider recently posted a tweet on his Twitter account and announced that he has been spending his days in the studio working on his next album with some well-known metal stars, which highly excited his fans.
Dee Snider enjoys using his social media accounts, especially his Twitter account, to talk about his latest projects, interact with his fans, and share his views on political and social matters. After using his Twitter account to mainly voice his views on politics and metal music, this time Dee Snider wanted to share some good news with his fans.
As it turns out, Dee has been working on a new album. His last music escapade before this was his Christmas musical ‘Dee Snider’s Rock and Roll Christmas Tale’ which debuted in November 2014 at the Broadway Playhouse in Chicago. Even though it was a success, his fans had missed seeing him active in the metal scene.
Thus, his latest announcement about his upcoming album was a great surprise. In his recent tweet, he also revealed that he has been collaborating with famous metal stars such as the Bellmore brothers, Nick and Charlie, and Jamey Jasta. Numerous fans commented under his tweet and said that they needed some good news like this one and some even said that he has managed to form a dream team.
Here’s what Dee Snider said in his recent tweet:
“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, Nick Bellmore! Creative juices are flowing and inspiration is there. And before you ask, NO I’m not looking for songs!”
To which a fan responded:
“Sweet, I needed some good news, Dee.”
While another one said:
“Hell Yeah! A dream team I never knew I wanted!”
You can check out Dee Snider’s tweet about his album 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