• 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 Merchandise

    Dee Snider Merchandise

  • 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!

  • Dee Snider Merchandise

    Dee Snider Merchandise

  • 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 Merchandise

    Dee Snider Merchandise

  • Dee Snider's Cult Classic

    Dee Snider's Cult Classic

    Strangeland

    Click below to download

    on iTunes

    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 Merchandise

    Dee Snider Merchandise

  • Blast From The Past

    Blast From The Past

    Dee Snider vs PMRC

    Dee Went to Washington to Fight for Free Speech

    September 19, 1985

ROCK SCENE AUCTIONS LAUNCHES GUNS N' ROSES ONLINE PHOTOGRAPHY AUCTION

CELEBRATING 30 YEARS OF THE RELEASE OF APPETITE FOR DESTRUCTION “SEE WHAT YOU’VE BEEN HEARING”

http://www.rocksceneauctions.com/

Rock Scene Auctions will launch their second auction; Friday - July 21, 2017, celebrating the 30-year anniversary of the release of Guns N’ Roses groundbreaking debut album, Appetite for Destruction, featuring 15 iconic GnR photos from Mark “Weissguy” Weiss.

Slash -"That first record where all the shit that he went through to sort of get your band together; and all the living on the street all the experiences really was summed up on one record. And was blatantly honest didn’t mince words about anything. The band had a certain kind of natural energy that just came out on the record and Mike Clink produced it and captured that. It’s just one of those records. I didn’t know it was going to become as iconic as it became. It was just us doing our songs at the time." Slash​

Mark talks about his days with Guns N’ Roses - "I first shot Guns N’ Roses the fall of 1986, eight months prior to the release of Appetite for Destruction, they were still working on the album. The buzz was out and Hit Parader magazine wanted me to shoot them for the cover. When I first met them they were a bit guarded, they had their own photographer who was there, the band didn’t want to shoot with anyone but him, as I was told by the publicist. The record company told them they had to shoot with me so I can get them in the magazines. I remember Axl not wanting to look in the camera. I gave them their space and shot a few rolls of film. I thought it was peculiar that they would be all glammed up and then on Axl’s pants it said “GLAM SUCKS”. It was the beginning of many more memorable images to come …"

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