Twisted Sister will play their first present since breaking apart in 2016 on the Metallic Corridor Of Fame gala on January 26. The occasion will happen at The Canyon membership in Agoura Hills, CA and can function Twisted Sister being inducted into the corridor by Steve Vai and drummer Mike Portnoy; the latter of which crammed in for late drummer A.J Pero on the band’s last tour.
Information of the present comes from Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider, who responded on Twitter to guitarist Eddie Ojeda saying “Wanting ahead to taking part in collectively for the primary time since 2016…particularly the rehearsal!”
It isn’t a shock that Twisted Sister nonetheless will get alongside and would reconnect for a present regardless of breaking apart. In a 2021 interview with Metal Injection, Snider mentioned the band talks on a regular basis and are open to doing a brand new track relying on the circumstances.
“So far as getting again collectively, I might by no means say by no means on a collaboration or one thing,” he mentioned on the time. “We discuss… [guitarist Jay Jay French] manages the band now, so he is at all times placing out these 25th, 30th anniversary [posts], and [we talk about] ‘ought to we do a track? Ought to we add a monitor?’ I might see doing one thing collectively. We love one another and we’re pleased with our legacy.”
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