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Top 10 Hard & Heavy Pop Culture Moments

Written by J Cooch Lucchese. Posted in Twisted Sister

Twisted Sister

Courtesy of VH1

Alas, it seems that Dee Sniderand his merry band of louder-than-lifehair-metal maraudersTwisted Sisterare finally destined, for real, tonot take it anymore. On the heels of the tragic heart attack death ofdrummerA.J. Pero, the Long Island legends have announced thatthey’ll soon part ways. Naturally, Twisted Sister will not go quietly, sothe band will be honoring A.J. with a couple of tribute gigs and thensaying farewell to fans throughout 2016 on their amazingly named“Forty and F—k It” Tour.If this is truly where Twisted Sister historyends, so be it. The group is monumental in the annals of hard rock,heavy metal, glam, and pop culture. So instead of mourning TS’simminent demise, let’s celebrate the band’s most luminous high-profile moments, when, in all manner of ways, Dee Snider and theboys imbued all of humanity to stand up, pump a fist, and let it beknown: “I wannaROCK!”

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I'm Angry at A.J. for Dying

Written by J Cooch Lucchese. Posted in Latest

TMZ Interviews Dee on AJ

Dee Snider just unleashed a bitter rant about Twisted Sister drummer A.J. Pero's death -- saying his heart attack was totally avoidable, but Pero did nothing to save himself or protect his family.

Dee came on TMZ Live to talkTMZ Live to talk about the band's upcoming farewell tour, but ended up venting about Pero. Dee told us he's in the anger stage of grieving because ... he says Pero knew he had a history of heart disease in his family, but never got checked out.

A.J.'s autopsy results -- which Dee revealed -- are what really set him off about his friend's death.

Watch him unload ... he's a man on a mission.

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How Dee Reinvented Himself After The Year He Made $0

Written by J Cooch Lucchese. Posted in Latest

Dee on Oprah

In 1984, Twisted Sister hit it big with their rebel anthem, "We’re Not Gonna Take It." It was the moment that lead singer Dee Snider had dreamed of since he was a kid listening to artists like David Bowie and Alice Cooper. 

"I was an outcast," Snider tells "Oprah: Where Are They Now?" "I was a kid who didn't fit in with any particular clique."

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How Dee and His Wife Keep Their Marriage Rocking

Written by J Cooch Lucchese. Posted in Latest

Dee & Suzette on Oprah

In a business not known for fostering healthy and stable relationships, singer Dee Snider and his wife, Suzette, have somehow made their marriage work for 34 years and running, even as Dee traveled the world as a frontman in the glam metal band Twisted Sister. How have they survived the ups and downs and kept things fresh and interesting decades into their union? Watch the Video

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