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DEE SNIDER Doesn't See Himself Recording Anymore

With a feature film and novel in the works, Dee's got his hands full.

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One of the most interactive personalities on Twitter is Dee Snider.

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The Twisted Sister frontman has always enjoyed a certain back and forth on the platform, and is usually very gracious when it come to answering fan question. One such occasion was recently, and in the midst of a tweet flurry, Snider may have hinted that his recording days may be done.

One fan tweeted at Snider that he understood why Snider doesn't do big stadium tours anymore, and marveled and those that do such as Paul McCartney. To which, Snider replied, "God bless them all! I can only do what's right for me. And for my retirement I'm writing screenplays, directing a movie, releasing my first fiction novel, producing two animated series, etc. etc. etc. My wife laughs when I tell her I'm retiring!"

Of course, we kind of chuckle at the idea of Dee Snider retiring, also. Recently, we reported for you that Snider had received a book deal to write his first work of fiction, Frats—a coming of age story set in 1970s Long Island, NY. And in May, Snider tweeted that his latest horror film project—a movie called My Enemy’s Enemy that is in development with the people who produced the Halloween films, Malek Akkad, and sees Snider in the director's chair—was starting principle photography in June.

But what about music? A fan in the same conversation asked Snider about the potential of recording anymore music. Snider's last solo LP was Leave a Scar in 2021. Asked "Will you still record music? Or do you like to perform and if you can’t perform you don’t want to write?" Snider replied back, ""Never say never, but I don't see me recording anymore. Movies, books, tv, radio, etc."

So, there you have it from the man himself. But, if I was a betting man, I'd go so far as to say that Dee probably has a other record in him. The man was born to rock. And, like he said, "Never say never." Only time will tell, but at least there's still some cool, new content on the way from Dee Snider.

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