Twisted Sister‘s “Captain Howdy” faces off against Iron Maiden‘s “Fear of the Dark” in round one of Ultimate Classic Rock's Scariest Song Battle. Who gets your vote?
LIDO BEACH - Kickstands were up in Lido Beach today for Dee Snider's 13th annual charity ride.
The Twisted Sister frontman led more than 1,000 bikers on a ride from Lido Beach all the way to Robert Moses and then back again.
For the third year in a row, the charity ride donated its proceeds to LI Cares, which helps provide food to Long Islanders in need. Watch the Video
Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider and German metal queen Doro Pesch joined Brazilian metallers Angra on stage on September 19 at the Rock In Rio festival in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil to perform the Twisted Sister classics "I Wanna Rock" and "We're Not Gonna Take It". Watch professionally filmed video footage of their appearance below.
THE FILTHY FIFTEEN App features exclusive interviews by the artists whoseartistic freedom was directly impacted in 1985 after Tipper Gore and a groupof influential Washington housewives started the PMRC (The Parents MusicResource Center) which pressured the record labels to put "Parental Advisory"stickers on albums with explicit lyrics. filthyfifteen.com
Three decades after W.A.S.P., Vanity, Judas Priest, Prince, Madonna and others shocked Tipper Gore and her committee, Rolling Stone takes a critical look at 1985's worst of the worst.
In the past year, Tove Lo's hit "Talking Body" found her singing, "We fuck for life," Big Sean got on the radio with "I Don't Fuck With You" and Macklemore's "Thrift Shop," in which he raps about purchasing a blanket with the sole intention of ejaculating on it, continues to get airplay. So what is today's litmus test for obscenity?