TWISTED SISTER: More Information Revealed About LORDI Album Guest Appearance

TWISTED SISTER manager Daniel Stanton of Coallier Entertainment has confirmed to BLABBERMOUTH.NET that singer Dee Snider and guitarist Jay Jay French have recorded guest appearances for the new album from Finland's LORDI, entitled "The Arockalypse". "Snider has done a spoken-word intro for the song 'Balls', while Jay Jay laid down a guitar solo for the track 'Chainsaw'," says Stanton. The CD, which is tentatively due in Germany on March 3, 2006 via Drakkar, will feature additional guest appearances by former ACCEPT frontman Udo Dirkschneider (on "They Only Come Out at the Night") and ex-KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick (on "Snowing in Hell"). According to Stanton, former SKID ROW frontman Sebastian Bach — who is also working with Coallier — is "still a possibility for this release as well." More information will be made available soon.

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