The remaining band members, including Dee Snider, receive many offers to get back together. In his latest conversation with Rock Celebrities, the singer talked about this issue and explained whether such a scenario is possible.
“I feel, in 2016, when we retired, at least I was delivering that level,” stated Dee while speaking on how aging has affected the band members. “Not everybody was delivering at that level, and that’s one of the reasons.” He continued by remembering the passing of their beloved drummer A.J. Pero, saying, “Look, A.J. died. We were getting heavy and big and not healthy.”
Dee made it clear that he doesn’t feel comfortable reuniting with his former band by asserting, “So no. I don’t see a scenario.” Still, Snider left the door ajar as he said, “Maybe we can get together for a song somewhere for charity or for fun, or for an event. But to get out and do 90-minutes, two hours, 18-20 songs, trying to live up to a standard that I set for myself when I was in my 20s, no.”
The last time Twisted Sister performed together was on November 12, 2016