Blackie Lawless Shuts Down W.A.S.P. Reunion Rumors

Blackie Lawless doesn’t plan a W.A.S.P. reunion.

The rocker recently appeared on SiriusXM’s Trunk Nation With Eddie Trunk and reflected on whether he would welcome any former W.A.S.P. members who played on the ‘W.A.S.P.’ album to join any shows on the upcoming tour:

“I’ve spoken to Randy [Piper] over the years, but not the other two. And I’m sure I don’t really need to go into the state of what might exist with the others. I think the fanbase out there is pretty aware.”

He continued, sharing the possibility of a reunion:

“I don’t wanna dangle a carrot in front of anybody and say there’s a possibility because as we sit here and we talk right now, I think there’s very little chance of that happening. So I really don’t wanna say, ‘Yeah. Well, you know…’ give you a stock answer and say, ‘Well, you never know.’ I really don’t think there’s much chance of that.”

W.A.S.P. Will Tour To Perform Their Debut Record

W.A.S.P. recently announced they will perform their first album on an upcoming tour for the first time in 40 years. They shared the news on their website in a statement:

“‘Album ONE Alive!,’ the title of W.A.S.P.’s upcoming North American Tour. August 17, 2024, marks the 40th anniversary of the release of W.A.S.P.’s first album. To celebrate this classic metal album, W.A.S.P. will, for the first time in 40 years, play the entire album from top to bottom, start to finish, on their North American tour this fall.”

W.A.S.P. is beginning a tour with 39 cities, starting on October 26 in San Luis Obispo and ending on December 14 in Los Angeles. Death Angel and Unto Others will join them for most shows. Presale tickets started on May 29 at 10 a.m. local time. For more details, you can visit