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.
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.
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."
Completely refuting the stigma that "metalheads" abiding by the "sex, drugs and rock n' roll" lifestyle would lead them down a destructive path, a scientific study done by Humbolt State University states that listening to heavy metal music leads to living a happier youth and becoming more well-adjusted during middle-age.
Think twice before taking on the vintage band T-shirt trend — at least, if you’re anywhere in the vicinity of Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider.
The rocker took to Twitter earlier this week to vent about nonmetal fans wearing vintage metal band T-shirts.
For Snider, it’s “sickening” and disrespectful to wear band merch unless you’re a true fan of the group.
Evidently, Snider doesn’t appreciate how awesome vintage band tees look on fashion heavy hitters, including the likes of Kendall Jenner, Alessandra Ambrosio and Hailey Baldwin.
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