Dee Pays Tribute to Standing Rock's Water Protectors in a Haunting New Video

Watch the powerful new video for "So What," a track from his new solo album 'We are The Ones.'

Dee Snider is a man who always—always—speaks his mind, and recently, he's been raising that famous voice in support of the Native American water protectors and their allies at Standing Rock. Alongside many, many other artists (over 290 of which have signed this open letter to Obama), Snider has been vocal in his support of the #NODAPL cause, and his new video for the somber ballad "So What" is a stark, black and white "docu-rock" clip that pays tribute to the sights and faces of Standing Rock.

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Dee shoots ‘documentary rock video’ at Standing Rock

Legendary Twisted Sister rocker Dee Snider shot the video for his song “So What” on the site of Standing Rock, where thousands are protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline. His crew was caught among the unarmed

Native American tribes as they were fired upon with rubber bullets and tear gas, had “flash-bang” grenades thrown at them and were hosed down by water cannons in subfreezing temperatures.


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