Fun Telegram The end is approaching for Twisted Sister, whose farewell tour “Forty and fuck it “began at the Sweden Rock Festival.
– this is not a” Judas Priest-bye, “said the singer Dee Snider, referring to the British band that had its farewell tour in 2011 just reunited a few years later.
Fixed decided to give the audience a memorable evening burned Twisted Sister of pyrotechnics and high-octane versions of hit songs like “Burn in hell,” “like a knife in the back”, “I wanna rock “and, of course,” We’re not gonna take it “.
the drummer AJ Pero, who died of a heart attack last year, got the song” the price “dedicated itself before it was time for singalong “I believe in rock and roll.” Afterwards a seemingly impressed Snider noted that the audience got denim fabric on his buttocks to flutter.
As written the last chapter in the love story of Twisted Sister and Sweden Rock Festival.