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DEE SNIDER Says He Doesn’t See Himself Recording Any More New Music


Former TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider says that he doesn’t believe that he will be recording any new music anymore.

Snider, who released two solo albums in the last four years, addressed his future plans while answering some fan questions on Twitter on Saturday (July 9).

After one Twitter user commented that he is “amazed” to see legendary artists like Paul McCartney and Buddy Guy performing in their 80s, Snider wrote: “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!”

Another fan asked Dee if he will still continue to record new music, to which he responded: “Never say never, but I don’t see me recording anymore. Movies, books, tv, radio, etc.”

Two months ago, Snider told a fan on social media that his performing days are likely behind him. After said fan, who recently moved to Springfield, Illinois, asked Dee whether he ever tours in the area, Snider said: “No, I don’t tour anymore. I don’t even think I’ll do any more shows. I’m focusing on writing, directing, and producing. Sorry man.”

Dee Snider‘s last two solo albums, 2018’s “For The Love Of Metal” and 2021’s “Leave A Scar“, were both released via Napalm Records.