Widely known as Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider shared a post on his official Twitter page revealing that Twisted Sister will not be performing together after their retirement back in 2016 when a fan asked for a possibility of a tour.
Twisted Sister first released their studio album named ‘Under the Blade’ with Dee Snider in 1982, after Snider joined the band in 1976. Although the band has one of the greatest, they once had a breakup in 1987 right after the release of ‘Love Is For Suckers,’ Snider left the band and Twisted Sister disbanded.
However, the band recorded a song for the soundtrack of Snider’s movie named ‘Strangeland’ therefore they got back together. Unfortunately, in 2016, Twisted Sister performed for the last time in Monterrey and announced their retirement.
Since bands often call it quit then reunion after a couple of years, fans apparently expected a new tour or an album from Twisted Sister even though they are disbanded. Recently a hopeful fan asked Dee Snider if Twisted Sister will be touring next year on Twitter.
Here is what he said:
“Is Twisted Sister, planning on a tour next year?”
Dee Snider shared a post on his official Twitter page and made it perfectly clear that Twisted Sister will not be back together even though fans’ expectations are otherwise since bands reunited all the time after their retirement announcements.
Here is what Snider said:
“We retired in 2016. I know that doesn’t mean much to most people (bands un-retire all the time) but we have no plans on getting back together to tour.”
You can see the Twitter post below.
We retired in 2016. I know that doesn't mean much to most people (bands un-retire all the time) but we have no plans on getting back together to tour. https://t.co/cfnsdgUMWL
— Dee Snider🇺🇸 (@deesnider) December 3, 2020