Even though Dee Snider said that Twisted Sister would "probably continue" following last week's death of drummer AJ Pero, another member of the band is suggesting otherwise.
Dee Snider said that continuing to perform will financially benefit the family of drummer AJ Pero, who died last week.
Twisted Sister singer Dee Snider has publicly shared the cause of death for the band's drummer, A.J. Pero, who passed away March 20 at the age of 55.
Here's fan-shot video of Twisted Sister drummer AJ Pero in what would sadly become his final performance, a tough cover of Black Sabbath's "Mob Rules."
AJ Pero, the drummer for Twisted Sister, has died at the age of 55.
Like many other metal bands of the 1980s, Twisted Sister experienced a meteoric rise to stardom and subsequent fall from grace.
You can add Twisted Sister guitarist Jay Jay French to the list of veteran artists who aren't optimistic about the future of rock 'n' roll.
They've mostly gone the way of the sax solo now that rock 'n' roll has become part of the musical establishment, but once upon a time, anthems about sticking it to the Man were a pretty big deal.
Twisted Sister stopped by New York City's Best Buy Theater recently, and with the band celebrating the 20th anniversary of its classic 'Stay Hungry' album, it was fitting that the show kicked off with the title track.
Twisted Sister's breakthrough triple-platinum album 'Stay Hungry' actually provided a hint of the turmoil to come.