Professionally filmed video footage of TWISTED SISTER's entire August 12 performance at this year's edition of the Bloodstock Open Air festival, which was held at Catton Hall, Walton-On-Trent, West Midlands, United Kingdom, can be seen below.
The band's setlist was as follows:
01. What You Don't Know (Sure Can Hurt You)
02. The Kids Are Back
03. Burn In Hell
05. Like A Knife In The Back
06. You Can't Stop Rock 'N' Roll
07. The Fire Still Burns
08. I Am (I'm Me)
09. I Wanna Rock
10. The Price
11. I Believe In Rock 'N' Roll
12. Under The Blade
13. We're Not Gonna Take It
14. It's Only Rock 'N' Roll (But I Like It)
15. Come Out And Play
16. Shoot 'Em Down
Most of TWISTED SISTER shows in 2016 are featuring the core lineup of Dee Snider (vocals), Jay Jay French (guitar), Mark Mendoza (bass) and Eddie Ojeda (guitar), along with drummer Mike Portnoy (THE WINERY DOGS, ex-DREAM THEATER).
TWISTED SISTER's movie, "We Are Twisted F***ing Sister!", was released on February 23 on DVD, Blu-ray, VOD, and digital formats, with an included two hours of bonus material and director commentary.
During a recent interview with Goldmine magazine, Jay Jay French talked about TWISTED SISTER's decision to call it quits after a final round of dates, dubbed "Forty And Fuck It - The Final Tour". He said: "Whether you like it or not, once you reach a status of 'classic,' you really start to understand people — if you really truly want to understand why people like you. You can make new product, it's all well and good, but when someone spends 200-300 bucks for a ticket, they expect certain songs, they expect the songs played correctly, they expect you to be proficient, on time and professional — that's what an entertainer is. And I will tell you that the club scene taught us an enormous amount of discipline."
He continued: "You know, I can't emphasize it enough. Dee [Snider, TWISTED SISTER singer] became one of the greatest frontmen in the world because he learned how to do it on the club scene. We learned how to be great entertainers in the bars and we followed through. And I think the band just wants to say that we reached a point where we can't do it anymore in the manner that we feel we need to do it and we should probably be respected for that. Because I don't want to takes someone's money that I don't earn. And it's hard for some people to understand that. They want to keep you hermetically sealed in a jar with their memories forever. Which I get. I do get it. But I think at some point this year will be our last show, and I'll turn around to the other guys in the band and that'll be it."