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Twisted Sister Rockfest shoot a rain of criticism

Twisted SisterDee Snider and his henchmen of the heavy metal Twisted Sister formation have obviously not enjoyed their experience in Montebello when crossing the Amnesia Rockfest, June 24, those who were in their last visit to Canada as part of their farewell tour.

In a river letter published June 30 on its website www.twistedsister.com, the New York group pulls no punches and Finally Snaps on the organization led by Alex Martel.

The Amnesia Rockfest passes under the wringer of Twisted Sister, which has large on the heart after his getaway montebellois ground. “It would be hard to find a better festival that bears his name as Amnesia: the festival we wish to forget.”

The quartet even renamed the event “Amnesia Shitfest” (shit festival) denouncing in particular the duration of the bus ride between Montreal and Montebello, the safety of the rear stage, the pontoon shuttle system between the Château Montebello and marina, too small size of the lodge, lack of food offered before the performance and size of the stage on which they performed. A scene they described as the size of a “plate for mammography gnats” in comparison to that of “decent-sized” which had the right Blink-182, and Korn, to name a few.

In addition, the sexagenarian rockers, which completes 40 years now the loop with their career tour “Forty And Fuck It”, claim to have suggested to the organizers to play for an hour, a request that was rejected. It’s finally 45 minutes that were allocated to them, as was stated in the contract.

The legendary group known for her hits I Wanna Rock and We’re Not Gonna Take It flays the festival for him disrespected by unplugging the microphone to her too quickly singer, who was about to greet his Canadian fans.

“For children. It was Twisted Sister, playing for the last time ever in Canada, not only we did not have the respect to let us play the last song (which lasts two minutes), but also was cut Dee was saying. ‘thank you and good evening’ ”

At the end of the letter, it is recommended instead to festival-goers to visit the Heavy Montreal next year. “Worst. Festival. Forever, “written in reference to the Twisted Sister Rockfest.

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