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Dee Snider on The MetalSucks Podcast #249

The legendary Dee Snider is our guest this week. We discuss his new solo record For the Love of Metal (which was written and produced by Jamey Jasta), his fears he wouldn’t be able to deliver on a contemporary metal record, the inspiration Game of Thrones had on the effort, why he feels no need to make a new Twisted Sister album and how he landed a spot on Chappelle’s Show. He also updates us on the sequel to his film Strangeland, shares his thoughts on censorship coming from the liberal side of America and how artists have to change the truth sometimes to stay politically correct.

Petar, Brandon, and Jozalyn introduce Jimmy Craig to the world and talk about the study showing that frequent concert attendance can extend your life, Every Time I Die’s Jordan Buckley saving a life by spitting beer in a fan’s eye, Mark Heylmun of Suicide Silence’s break from touring with the band, Rob Zombie’s take on Slayer retiring and Behemoth’s tease for their new record.

Stream this week’s episode below. Remember to subscribe to the MetalSucks Podcast on iTunessubscribe to our direct feed or download this episode directly. The MetalSucks Podcast is a member of the Jabberjaw podcast network.

Songs:
Dee Snider – “Tomorrow’s No Concern”
Dee Snider – “Become the Storm”

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