Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider shared a post on his official Twitter page replying to a fan’s question on a possible solo tour after, hopefully, the coronavirus pandemic is over. Apparently, Snider is not planning to go on a tour, however, he has been working on a Widowmaker box set.

As you may know, fans from all around the world have been waiting for the coronavirus pandemic to be over so that musicians and bands can continue touring and performing with a live audience once again since all the shows have been postponed without a certain date due to the precautions.

Widowmaker was formed by Dee Snider back in 1991 and they recorded two albums, ‘Blood and Bullets,’ and ‘Stand by for Pain.’ The band even toured the country in order to support their albums, however, they ultimately disbanded after 3 years.

Recently, a fan shared a post on Twitter and asked Dee Snider if he’s planning to hit the road for touring after the COVID-19 is finally over in addition to asking a possible reunion of Snider’s band Widowmaker.

Here is what the fan said:

“Hi, Dee. After this COVID thing is over, and you do a solo tour if that was your plan. would you ever consider a Widowmaker reunion? SMF LIFER”

Dee Snider also shared a post on his official Twitter page and revealed that he has no intentions of going on a tour yet, however, he has been working on a Widowmaker box set including outtakes, their concert footage, and behind the scenes from their tour.

“No plans, though we are working on a Widowmaker box set with a lot of outtakes, concert footage, and behind the scenes.”

You can see the Twitter post below.