Dee Snider has revealed that Twister Sisters will reunite for political causes.
According to Yahoo, Snider said, “Next year, you're gonna see some Twisted Sister reunions, at different political rallies that need our support.”
He continued, “The band has a concern that the song is being co-opted by the extreme right… and we want to make sure that people still know it’s a song for everybody and it does not represent that selfish micro group,” the vocalist explained. “It is really for the mass people, the moderate people, the people that just want to live their lives, be themselves, and not have people tell 'em they can't be themselves. So, I think you'll see us at political rallies and stuff like that. We'll be out there next year.”
Snider shared this info because the Twisted Sisters' song “We're Not Gonna Take It” has become a popular song at rallies.
Twisted Sisters retired in 2016.