One of heavy metal’s most recognizable frontmen is headed for the Niagara Falls Comic Con next year.
Dee Snider, the towering singer for Twisted Sister, will appear for all three days June 1 to 3 at the Scotiabank Convention Centre.
It seems Niagara Falls Comic Con is breaking into the world of classic rock, with the announcing of an iconic rock star for the second year in a row.
Last year, former Ramones drummer Marky Ramone was at the event signing autographs and taking photos with fans.
This year, Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider is set to do the same when the annual convention takes place June 1-3 at Scotiabank Convention Centre.
More studio footage of vocalist Jamey Jasta‘s (Hatebreed) latest project with ex-Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider has been shared online. Jasta has also mentioned via Twitter that members of Toxic Holocaust are involved with the project as well. A previous tease of the pair working on new material can be found HERE.
There's a good reason Dee Snider takes the stage on rare occasions these days.
"I'm working on so many different projects from a writer-producer standpoint," Snider says, proceeding to rattle off a laundry list of endeavors.
"I just closed a deal to do a children's animated cartoon aimed for 4- to 7-year-olds, and I have two other TV shows being shopped," he says. "I've got a horror movie that I've got backing for, another movie I'm shopping, a musical that I'm converting into a script and a Vegas show I'm working on. I can't remember the last time I was ever bored."
The words of Dee Snider’s semi-rebellious teenage anthem have rarely felt more emotive than they do at the end of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. The original version of We’re Not Gonna Take It is a light and fluffy number: the soundtrack to an argument about vegetables at the dinner table rather than the beginning of a debate on the political landscape. After the bloodshed of the first-person shooter is over, a metalcore rendition of the glam rock hit plays out, and summarises the thoughts of many in 2017, as well as the resistance in 1960s America. And there has to be a resistance: the Nazis had a far more successful World War II in this timeline than in ours.