• 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

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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!

  • Dee Snider Merchandise

    Dee Snider Merchandise

  • 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!

  • 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 Line

RockLineTwisted Sister will be the featured guest on the nationally syndicated radio show Rockline with host Bob Coburn on Wednesday July 22, 2009 at 8:30pm PT / 11:30pm ET. Fans are encouraged to speak with Jay Jay French and Dee Snider by calling 1-800-344-ROCK (7625). For a station near you and for information regarding how to log onto the Internet for the broadcast go to www.RocklineRadio.com This broadcast will be available for two weeks on the Rockline website beginning the day following the show.

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The Death of Kevin Dubrow

ImageKevin Dubrow is dead. This hits pretty damn hard. Quiet Riot and Twisted Sister had a lot of respect for each other. The basis for this came from the fact that both Quiet Riot and Twisted Sister formed in 1973--long before the rebirth of heavy metal or "hair metal," as it came to be known, in the 80's. When Quiet Riot (on the West Coast) and Twisted Sister (on the East Coast) were formed, it was an outgrowth of the glam rock movement of the early 70's and both our bands fought the good fight against the onslaught that was disco (ugh!). When most other bands gave up or switched allegiances to what was more commercially viable at the time, both of our bands refused to bend--or break for that matter--and carried the torch for heavy rock through the dark days of the mid to late 70's.

As a result, Quiet Riot were not only at the forefront to the LA metal scene, they were the inspiration for many other bands who went on to find fame and fortune. If you were to look back at old issues of LA music papers, you'd see every band who ever became anything out of LA opening for Quiet Riot. And it was Kevin Dubrow and Quiet Riot's perseverance and refusal to take no for an answer that literally destroyed the barriers of the record industry, television and commercial radio and opened the door for all metal bands to follow into the promised land. And we all know the glory days of metal that followed. Thank you Kevin.

And because Twisted Sister was doing, and had done the same thing for the music scene on the East Coast, our two bands have always shared a mutual respect for one another. We know that none of the other bands (with the possible exception of Y&T who were doing pretty much the same thing in Northern California) had been through the shit that we'd been through. We had earned our battle scars and our right to stand on those coliseum stages...while we felt many others had not.

It's because of this connection, that the passing of Kevin Dubrow hits us particularly hard. You've all heard the saying, "There by the grace of God go I." Well, it's never been truer than now.

The metal community has lost a powerful voice and a great front man, but let it never be said that Kevin Dubrow did not leave his mark. You kicked our asses Kevin, you really did.

Dee Snider - Twisted Sister

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Dee is selling his 1969 Mustang!

Dee Snider's 1969 Boss 302 Mustang - VIN #9F02G196961 

Dee Snider has owned this car for over 25 years. It was originally discovered by Dee's brother Frank as a basket case in 1979, missing the original Boss motor. Dee spent the next five years, collecting original replacement parts for the cars eventual restoration. When he struck oil in 1984 he finally had the resources to get his "baby" (Dee has the pistons of his Boss lovingly tattooed on his arm.) properly restored. 

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Dee, Where Ya Been?

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How many times has I Wanna Rock passed thru here?
 

If you haven't heard, Dee's voice has been out of commission for the past two months. He had surgery to remove a non-cancerous vocal cord polyp. Dee will be back in action very soon!

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