• For the Love of Metal

    For the Love of Metal

    "This is a really incredibly exciting album that I did not expect to make, especially at this point in my life. Jamey Jasta challenged me to make a contemporary rock record. … and I rose to the challenge!“ The result is a full-on anthemic metal album indulging in modern heaviness without neglecting Snider`s Twisted Sister roots.

    “One of the most powerful voices in rock and heavy metal is back...and more ferocious than ever!" Pre-Order Now!

  • Welcome My All New Website!

    Welcome My All New Website!

    Dee Snider
  • For the Love of Metal

    For the Love of Metal

    "This is a really incredibly exciting album that I did not expect to make, especially at this point in my life. Jamey Jasta challenged me to make a contemporary rock record. … and I rose to the challenge!“ The result is a full-on anthemic metal album indulging in modern heaviness without neglecting Snider`s Twisted Sister roots.

    “One of the most powerful voices in rock and heavy metal is back...and more ferocious than ever!" Pre-Order Now!

  • Now in Over 220 Cities!

    Now in Over 220 Cities!

    The House of Hair

    with Dee Snider

    Find a City Near You or Listen Online

    Read more

  • For the Love of Metal

    For the Love of Metal

    "This is a really incredibly exciting album that I did not expect to make, especially at this point in my life. Jamey Jasta challenged me to make a contemporary rock record. … and I rose to the challenge!“ The result is a full-on anthemic metal album indulging in modern heaviness without neglecting Snider`s Twisted Sister roots.

    “One of the most powerful voices in rock and heavy metal is back...and more ferocious than ever!" Pre-Order Now!

  • Dee Snider's Cult Classic

    Dee Snider's Cult Classic

    Strangeland

    Click below to download

    on iTunes

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  • For the Love of Metal

    For the Love of Metal

    "This is a really incredibly exciting album that I did not expect to make, especially at this point in my life. Jamey Jasta challenged me to make a contemporary rock record. … and I rose to the challenge!“ The result is a full-on anthemic metal album indulging in modern heaviness without neglecting Snider`s Twisted Sister roots.

    “One of the most powerful voices in rock and heavy metal is back...and more ferocious than ever!" Pre-Order Now!

  • Blast From The Past

    Blast From The Past

    Dee Snider vs PMRC

    Dee Went to Washington to Fight for Free Speech

    September 19, 1985

Bob Kulick Enlists Dee Snider, Vinny Appice, Todd Kerns + More for Solo Disc Read More: Bob Kulick Enlists Dee, Vinny Appice, Todd Kerns + More for Solo Disc

For years, Bob Kulick has aligned himself with some of the greats in the music business. Now a number of top musicians are aligning themselves with Kulick as the veteran sideman and producer prepares a new solo album.

The disc is titled Skeletons in the Closet and it’s expected later this spring via Vanity Music Group. As stated, Kulick has a wealth of special guests on the disc, with seven different vocalists leaving their mark on the album.

Dee Snider, Robin McAuley, Andrew Freeman, Vick Wright, Todd Kerns, David Glen Eisley and Dennis St. James will all lend their vocal talents to the disc. Need someone to play off of? Kulick has called upon bassists Rudy Sarzo, Chuck Wright, Bobby Ferrari, Bruce Kulick, Dennis St. James and Kjell Benner, along with keyboardists Doug Katsaros and Jimmy Waldo and drummers Vinny Appice, Frankie Banali, Eric Singer, Brent Fitz, Scot Coogan, Chuck Burgi, Bobby Rock and Jay Schellen.

In addition to providing all of the guitar tracks, Kulick produced the album with Bobby Ferrari at the Vegas View Recording studio in Las Vegas. The set consists of a mix of retrospective material from Kulick’s previous Murderer’s Row and Skull albums along with some brand new material. “After finishing the five new songs, the idea of including five of my favorite songs from my past rounded things out nicely,” Bob says. “Brand new songs and then the ‘skeletons in the closet!'”

Bob Kulick, Skeletons in the Closet Track Listing:

  • Player
  • Not Before You
  • London
  • Goldfinger
  • Rich Man
  • India (from Murderer’s Row)
  • Skeletons in the Closet (from Murderer’s Row)
  • Guitar Commandos (from Skull – also features a guitar duel with Bruce Kulick)
  • Can’t Stop the Rock (Previously unreleased track)
  • Eyes of a Stranger (from Skull)

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