Twisted Sister

The Twisted Sister singer said, "one use is for a righteous battle against oppression; the other is a infantile feet stomping against an inconvenience."
The 80s metal band's lead singer Dee Snider doesn't want "We're Not Gonna Take It" to be used to protest COVID-19 restrictions.
At first glance, you'd think a title like "We Are Twisted F***ing Sister" would be enough of an indication as to what this film is about. But director Andrew Horn's vision was a film for everyone, not just fans, one which would impart a deeper understanding of and respect for the men who lived it.
"Seeing any kind of doc on the band just shows how I went from being this sort of innocent rube -- 'This is great! I'm in a rock band and we're going to be famous!' -- then cut to nearly a decade later, going, 'What the f**k? Who do you gotta blow to get a f**king record deal?'"
According to Janita... "This has been a breakthrough album for me in many ways––there’s a common thread of joyful defiance
The record industry is a mere shadow of its former self (apt punishment for its cowardice), and CD's and vinyl albums have almost become "novelties" in a world driven by downloads. Yet, the warning labels still adorn individual track listings and albums online.
“Even though the band existed for 10 years before it broke-- 10 years! -- if you weren’t living in the Northeast, you just
Suddenly, Snider found himself with nothing. "I had a year where my income taxes said $0 on it and I'm married and have three
Pero died of an apparent heart attack while on tour with the band Adrenaline Mob, according to the Associated Press. The
How is it possible that so much time has passed that I am watching my child have the same experience, one which is still so clear in my own mind?