DEE SNIDER's Son Launches Music Career With BLAZE

Jesse Blaze, son of '80s rocker Dee Snider of TWISTED SISTER fame, has launched a "melodic yet percussive heavy metal band" called BLAZE (not to be confused with the Blaze Bayley-fronted British band of the same name). The group, which is completed by Billy (bass), Chris (drums), and Omar (guitar), has posted a four-song demo via their official web site. The tracks available for download are as follows:

01. Rockstar
02. Be Who You Are
03. Drive
04. Rock Crusaders

Upcoming BLAZE live appearances:

Apr. 27 - Danbury, CT @ Tuxedo Junction (w/ TWISTED SISTER)*
May 03 – New York, NY @ Continental
May 31 – Farmingdale, NY @ The Downtown (w/ ZEBRA)

* TWISTED SISTER will be appearing at this show as "BENT BROTHER"

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