Twisted Sister Releases Remastered Albums

In the US:

Exclusively for @Recstorecrawl, LIVE AT THE MARQUEE 1983 will be available as a 2LP set on colored vinyl, coming August 10.  Including covers of the Shangri-Las’ “Leader Of The Pack” and the Slade version of “Let The Good Times Roll,” plus the first-ever public performance of “You Can’t Stop Rock ’N’ Roll,” you’ll be able to find this release at your local independent retailer.

Also, a newly remastered, expanded version of YOU CAN’T STOP ROCK ‘N’ ROLL will be available on September 14, featuring the original songs in addition to a rare live performance of the album recorded in March 1983 at London’s Marquee Club, plus three studio bonus tracks. Available as a 2CD set and digitally - pre-order your copy here:

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Dee Says Jamey Jasta's 'Positive Energy' Convinced Him To Make 'True Metal' Solo Album

Former TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider recently appeared on "The Jasta Show", the podcast hosted by HATEBREED's Jamey Jasta, who produced Snider's new solo album, "For The Love Of Metal". The full conversation can be streamed below. A few excerpts follow (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET):

On deciding to make a metal album after Jasta challenged him to record one during a previous podcast interview appearance:

Dee: "People say, 'I never get the chance. I never get the opportunity.' No — every day, opportunities happen. Choices happen. Rarely, are people brave enough — and I'm not saying I'm brave — to say, 'I'm going to take that chance,' because it's scary sometimes. Jameyopened a little door that day he said, 'I challenge you to this' — and just by saying yes, what's happened for me is just, I had no idea as I walked through a very small door... I don't think Jamey knew either what this has become and what it's becoming. Sometimes you've just got to take a chance and say, 'Yeah, I'll do that,' just for the hell of it.'"

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First Teaser Trailer for Sharknado 6 and Official Title Revealed

The Syfy Channel has released the first teaser trailer for Sharknado 6 and they announced that the title of the film will be The Last Sharknado: It's About Time. They can say that this is the last Sharknado film all they want, but I can't help but think that all this marketing for it being the final film in the franchise, is all just a way to set it up for Sharknado 7! Remember that time when the Saw franchise was supposed to end? The title also makes a point of letting fans know that the story is "about time", with the whole time-travel element. Anyway, here's the synopsis:

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