“For The Love of Metal Live” due out July 31 – Pre-order now: https://smarturl.it/FTLOM-Live-NPR
Former Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider announced he’ll release a new live album “For The Love Of Metal Live!” on July 31.
In addition to tracks from Snider‘s solo catalog (“I Am The Hurricane” and “For The Love Of Metal) the new album also features a brand new original studio track, “Prove Me Wrong”, and Twisted Sister favorites such as “I Wanna Rock” and “We’re Not Gonna Take It” plus a cover of AC/DC‘s “Highway To Hell”.
The live album features audio captured from several Snider festival performances worldwide — from the United States to Europe, Australia and beyond. The package will also feature behind-the scenes footage, interviews, personal commentary from Snider and more.
Select audio editions and the DVD/Blu-ray also feature additional bonus live material and personal footage, with the DVD/Blu-ray including even more special bonus interview content. The interviews feature Snider discussing his famed PMRC hearing, opening for Motörhead and more.
Snider adds: “The response to ‘For The Love Of Metal’ was so strong, and my new band so good, that I wanted to capture ‘Dee Snider‘ for the new millennium. All of my other live concert releases are all about the past. And while my past is represented here, it is presented along with my new music, played by my new band and is very much ‘in the now.’ The included interviews give insight into my world, my journey and my evolution since I started nearly 50 years ago.”
“Prove Me Wrong” sees Snider asserting himself as the absolutely unstoppable legend he is — as one of the greatest heavy metal frontmen of all time.
Snider says: “‘Prove Me Wrong’ are words that I’ve thought in my head since the day I began rocking. I had a monster chip on my shoulder and dared the world to knock it off… nobody ever could. At this point in my career, I thought I’d let everybody in on what has kept be going all these many years. Prove me wrong!”
Check out the official lyric video for “Prove Me Wrong” that was just released.