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Music icon Dee Snider releases new single ‘Time To Choose’ featuring George ‘Corpsegrinder’ Fisher

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Music icon Dee Snider has released new single ‘Time To Choose’, featuring George ‘Corpsegrinder’ Fisher of metal legends Cannibal Corpse

The single is taken from forthcoming album Leave A Scar, released 30th July via Napalm Records.

Pre-order Leave A Scar here: https://napalmrecords.com/deesnider

In 2018, legendary heavy metal vocalist and pop culture pillar Dee Snider turned the heavy music world on its axis with his transformative album, For The Love Of Metal. Produced by Hatebreed frontman Jamey Jasta, the album re-cemented Dee’s undeniable prowess with its modernised mastery and take-no-prisoners attitude. Three years later, with one of the most collectively tumultuous times society has ever experienced behind him, Dee Snider triumphantly returns with his fifth full-length album, Leave A Scar.

Once again produced by Jamey Jasta with co-production, mixing and mastering by drummer Nick BellmoreLeave A Scar sees Dee Snider & co. continuing in the invigorated direction of For The Love Of Metal, infusing a dose of classic heavy metal flavour that long-time fans will rush to embrace.

Today, following the album’s charging first single of resilience, ‘I Gotta Rock (Again)’ – which instantly reached SiriusXM Liquid Metal’s Devil’s Dozen upon release – Dee Snider is thrilled to reveal the album’s second single, ‘Time To Choose’. ‘Time To Choose’ features the brutal vocals of Cannibal Corpse’George ‘Corpsegrinder’ Fisher. Backed by an energetic lyric video, the track blends Corpsegrinder‘s eviscerating lows with Dee Snider‘s razor-sharp cleans, making for a dynamic yet ruthless burner listeners won’t soon forget.

Dee Snider says about ‘Time To Choose’: “‘Time To Choose’ deals with a subject I’ve addressed often over the course of my writing career: good vs. evil (see ‘Burn In Hell’). Given the heaviness of this track, I felt adding George ‘Corpsegrinder’ Fisher‘s voice to this would drive home the seriousness of the choices we make. I was honored when he agreed to contribute his incredibly powerful voice.”

Like a scar itself, Leave A Scar is an illuminating plenitude of angst etched in time – serving as a musical refuge and expressive output for Dee. But in turn, this auditory time capsule written to express the anger, unease and pain he experienced during lockdown emerges as not only blisteringly heavy, but relentlessly powerful. Each of the 12 tracks on Leave A Scar not only further bolster Dee Snider’s position as one of the most celebrated frontmen of all time, showcasing that his vocal delivery and commanding swagger is as strong as ever, but that he is nowhere near stopping.

Heads will bang within seconds of the hard-charging opening notes of ultra-catchy album starter and lifer anthem ‘I Gotta Rock (Again)’, instantly setting the stage for the non-stop onslaught of metallic mainstays to come. Tracks like the brutal ‘Time To Choose’ – featuring the primed guest vocal attack of Cannibal Corpse’s George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher – and mosh-ready ‘The Reckoning’ showcase the album’s heavy assault, without sacrificing the harmonic goodness evident on tracks like the unrelenting, hooky thrasher ‘All Or Nothing More’ and melodic, metalcore inspired ‘In For The Kill’.

Energetic single of strength ‘Down But Never Out’ encapsulates the chunky riffage and driving drums palpable throughout the album, while searing ‘Before I Go’ provides one of the album’s most massive, memorable choruses and chilling lyrics.

The album closes with victorious ballad ‘Stand’, a call for listeners to take a stand and make their voices heard. If For The Love Of Metal ignited Dee Snider’s eminent surge into a new era – Leave A Scar sets it ablaze.

Dee Snider says about Leave A Scar“By the end of 2020, I knew I not only had to get back into the studio, but for the first time since the ’90s, I wanted – no, needed – to be a part of the writing process. I reached out to my producer Jamey Jasta and told him I was ready to make another record. 

Leave a Scar is filled with messages to and for the silent voices in the world who need someone to speak out on their behalf. This is my purpose.”

Jamey Jasta says regarding working with Dee Snider again: “Getting to work with Dee again has been incredible! The power and range in his vocals on this album really shine. Not only is he an American treasure and staple in the rock/metal community, he’s a truly original voice and talent like no other. Combine that with the metallic prowess of the Bellmore bros + Russell Pzütto and Nick Petrino, you get a rockin’ metal recipe that even the most “Dee-hard” SMF’ers will surely love!”

Leave A Scar track-listing:

1) I Gotta Rock (Again)
2) All Or Nothing More
3) Down But Never Out
4) Before I Go
5) Open Season
6) Silent Battles
7) Crying For Your Life
8) In For The Kill
9) Time To Choose
10) S.H.E.
11) The Reckoning
12) Stand

Leave A Scar will be available in the following formats:

  • CD Jewel Case
  • CD Jewel Case + Shirt Bundle
  • 1LP Gatefold BLACK
  • 1LP Gatefold GOLD (Napalm Mailorder only – limited to 400)
  • 1LP Gatefold SPLATTER RED/BLUE/WHITE (Napalm Mailorder only – limited to 300)
  • Dee-Hard 1LP Gatefold Edition RED/BLACK Marbled – LP size Album Art Patch & Slipmat (Napalm Mailorder only – limited to 200)
  • Dee-Lux Wooden Box Edition: JC, 7″ Single, Leather Wristband, Logo Pin (Napalm Mailorder only – limited to 500)
  • Digital Album

Dee Snider band line-up:
Dee Snider – Vocals 
Charlie Bellmore – Guitar & Background Vocals
Nick Bellmore – Drums
Russell Pzütto – Bass & Background Vocals
Nick Petrino – Guitar & Background Vocals

Dee Snider online:
WEBSITE
FACEBOOK
INSTAGRAM
TWITTER
NAPALM RECORDS

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