Dee Snider took to his official Twitter account to express his excitement for the future.

Yesterday, on June 4, Snider has revealed his thoughts about playing live. He said that the plague hit the world when he played his last-ever show two years ago in 2019. Later, he realized that he has to say something.

“Almost two years ago I did what I thought was my final show,” Snider said. “Then Covid hit & the world went crazy.

“I realized I had something to say. I realized I still NEEDED to rock.

“So today I head into rehearsals for the first time in a while. Fully vaccinated we will rock like it’s 2019!”

“When I walked into rehearsal yesterday, after almost two years apart, the band and I did what was natural for friends to do, we hugged each other,” he added. “No fear of Covid. We are all 100% vaccinated!! It was amazing!!”

Under his tweet, a person mentioned retirement. Snider quoted her tweet and shared his thoughts about retirement. He made exciting comments for the future.

“When I speak of ‘retirement’ I’m referring to recording & doing live shows,” Snider tweeted. “I have a number of other creative ventures like my first fiction novel (done), directing my 1st movie (start this january), producing a new children’s animated show, etc. I’m not stopping being creative!”

Dee Snider Drops New Single

Dee Snider of Twisted Sister – (image credit: Scott Smith)

On May 27, Dee Snider has dropped his first-ever single I Gotta Rock (Again) from his upcoming effort “Leave A Scar,” the album will be released on July 30.

His new single attracted huge interest from many rock musicians and rock fans.

As told by Snider before, he will rock the whole music world with his future plans.

“‘I Gotta Rock (Again)’ is the starting gun for this album and the driving motivation behind me returning to the studio to record ‘Leave a Scar,'” Snider told previously about the album. At the end of 2019, I had felt my recording and live performing was over, but I didn’t announce it to the world.

“I mentally had decided I was done. But the state of things in 2020 had other plans for me. Between Covid and the political state around the globe, I found myself yearning (yes, I yearn) to get back in the studio. In the immortal words of Ice Cube, ‘I got somethin’ to say!'”