With the recent death of drummer A.J. Pero, Twisted Sister have decided to tour one last time before calling it quits -- putting an end to a successful career that has survived over forty years. A rep for the band told TMZ.com that Dee Snider and the boys made the decision last month to call it quits -- just one week before drummer A.J. Pero died from a heart attack. Snider himself confirmed the report simply by saying, "It's official: farewell, new drummer announced."
A.J. Pero passed away on the morning of March 20th from a heart attack while on tour at the age of 55.