Dee Snider has told Yahoo! Entertainment that the band will come back together next year for special performances “at different political rallies that need our support.”
It has been a little over two months after TWISTED SISTER‘s one-off onstage reunion at the Metal Hall Of Fame in Agoura Hills, California.
The singer added:
“We were all in favor of gonna go down to support Beto [O’Rourke], but we couldn’t schedule it. You know, the band has a concern that the [classic TWISTED SISTER] song [‘We’re Not Gonna Take It’] is being co-opted by the extreme right… and we want to make sure that people still know it’s a song for everybody and it does not represent that selfish micro group. It is really for the mass people, the moderate people, the people that just want to live their lives, be themselves, and not have people tell ’em they can’t be themselves. So, I think you’ll see us at political rallies and stuff like that. We’ll be out there next year.”
Earlier Twisted Sister vocalist Dee Snider spoke to Eonmusic, where he said that there are no further plans for the band to perform in the near future.
“Well, we tested it last night [during rehearsal], and apparently you can forget how to ride a bicycle. No, it was great. Somebody said that they never saw Mark ”The Animal” Mendoza smile so much.
”So, we had a great time last night, and we’re looking forward to tonight.” […]
Asked: “Are you going to go forward with anything else, or is this just a one-off?”, Snider replied:
“A hard ”no plans.” No plans at all to do that.”