TWISTED SISTER: London Performance To Air On Pay-Per-View
TWISTED SISTER will have their August 1 London Astoria show aired as a pay-per-view event on the newly established Detonator TV (www.detonator.tv) site in late October 2004. Already hailed as a "legendary performance," the band's show was witnessed by a sold-out crowd, who welcomed the New York rockers with open arms.
Detonator TV is said to be "the first worldwide rock and metal broadband channel [which] airs videos 24/7, but unlike MTV, has a unique 'video jukebox' facility whereby you can choose what you want to see, when you want to see it," according to a press release. Also available on the channel is a 60-minute performance of MY RUIN, captured live on the band's recent visit to the U.K., performing at London's The Garage, as well as exclusive interviews with Acey Slade of MURDERDOLLS fame, and Alex Kane from the band ANTIPRODUCT (formerly of LIFE,SEX, DEATH). Viewing is free, with the pay-per-view events airing for the "very reasonable" price of 10 euros per event.
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