Although the world is a very different place than it was when the members of W.A.S.P. first united 40 years ago, frontman Blackie Lawless says he hasn’t changed his ways one bit.
“I’m not gonna even consider a woke culture,” Lawless says. “That has nothing to do with my world. You know, if that’s what somebody wants to do that’s their privilege. Free country. But our fan base is our fan base. So, one of the things I learned a long time ago is that if you’re going to have a genuine career … you’re going to take that fan base on a lifelong ride. You’ve got to be willing to crack your skull open, and let them come inside and walk around barefoot inside your head.”
The members of W.A.S.P. recently postponed their 40th anniversary tour of Europe, which was originally set to kick off in spring 2022, to spring 2023.

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