TWISTED SISTER Singer Performs With HAUNTED BY HEROES On 'America's Got Talent' (Video)

TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider joined HAUNTED BY HEROES, often called "the world's youngest rock band" by some, on the September 6 edition of "America's Got Talent" to perform the TS classic "We're Not Gonna Take It". You can watch video footage of the performance below.

Northern California native twelve-year-olds HAUNTED BY HEROES have played over 100 live performances, and have been profiled on several national news networks. The band recently recorded its debut CD with Sylvia Massy, who has previously worked with such luminaries as REM, RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, DEFTONES, SYSTEM OF A DOWN and TOOL.

HAUNTED BY HEROES was recently featured on the "Today" show, where Matt Lauer called them "unique, with a larger-than-life sound."

HAUNTED BY HEROES' next show will take place on October 20 at the Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California.

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