Dee Snider Says Twisted Sister Received ‘Lucrative Offers’ To Reunite

Twisted Sister frontman Dee Snider revealed in a recent Twitter post that his band has no plans to reunite soon, although they get ‘lucrative offers’ to do so.

After a long career spanning over four decades in the music scene, Twisted Sister ended their journey with a final tour named ‘Forty and F*ck It’ in 2016. The band played its last show in Monterrey, Mexico, on November 12, 2016. However, Dee Snider’s music career was not over with the group’s disbandment. The singer kept himself active by releasing two solo albums in 2018 and 2021.

Besides the music, the rocker has also been interested in acting, writing, and producing. Dee Snider has appeared in multiple films, TV series, and radio shows. He produced, starred in, and wrote the 1998 horror film ‘Strangeland.’ The singer revealed just last month that he landed a book deal for his first fiction novel, ‘Frats.’ He had previously written two other autobiographical books.

During a question and answer with the fans on Twitter, a fan initially asked Snider whether he intended to release any new music. Yet, he made it clear that he doesn’t see himself recording anymore. He will occupy himself with films, books, radio, and TV rather than music in the coming years.

Another fan likened his statement to the bands that organize farewell tours taking years. The rocker was direct in his answer by explaining that he hates these kinds of fake farewell shows. He added that they ended Twisted Sister in 2016 and never talked about reuniting, although they stay in touch regularly. They get ‘lucrative offersto reunite, but they still have no interest in doing that.

A fan asked:

“Will you still record music? Or do you like to perform, and if you can’t perform, you don’t want to write?”

Dee Snider replied:

“Never say never, but I don’t see me recording anymore. Movies, books, tv, radio, etc.”

Another fan wrote:

“It will be like KISS’ last tour ever that has been going on for the last 20 years. I know you will record new music because an artist always gets inspired to be creative.”

Snider’s answer:

“Actually it’s these never-ending farewell tours, fake farewells, and ‘we changed our minds’ after the farewell that keep me honest. I hate all that fake farewell bullsh*t. Bands should stay forever if they want to, just don’t sell us a B.S. farewell tour!”

He continued:

“Twisted Sister retired in 2016, and while we talk to each other regularly, none of us has even mentioned reuniting. And believe me, we are getting lucrative offers.”

You can check out the tweets below.