KISS’s manager Doc McGhee has confirmed that a KISS movie biopic is in the works and it will tentatively be released in July 2021 to coincide with the band calling it quits. Doc McGhee, who has helmed KISS’s career since 1995, recently sat down for a chat with Rock Talk With Mitch Lafon, and he revealed that work is already underway on the movie biopic with esteemed American film producer Mark Canton (300, Land of the Dead) on board. Asked about the movie, McGhee said: “Well,
ORDI have released their new lyric video for single 'Like A Bee To The Honey', a track written by Paul Stanley/Jean Beauvoir.
The new Lordi album features an unreleased song by KISS frontman Paul Stanley! The hidden gem 'Like A Bee To The Honey' also features the Hanoi Rocks legend Michael Monroe.
You can check out the official lyric video here: LORDI
Like A Bee To The Honey
8 November 2019 LORDI have released their new lyric video for single 'Like A Bee T
KISS have been forced to cancel their entire Australian tour as Paul Stanley continues to battle a bad bout of influenza. On Monday (11th November), KISS postponed the opening date of the tour in Perth due to Stanley’s illness and rearranged it for Tuesday 3rd December – the same day they were due to play the Spark Arena in Auckland, New Zealand.In addition to cancelling the New Zealand show, KISS have now axed the whole Australian tour on doctor’s orders. Apologising to fans
KISS have checked in with the following update: "KISSWorld - The Best Of KISS will be released on CD and digitally January 25th, 2019! The vinyl edition is out on March 29th. The End Of The Road tour kicks off on January 31st." This Best Of compilation was, in fact, released in the UK in 2017. Tracklist is as follows: "Crazy Crazy Nights"
"Rock And Roll All Nite"
"I Was Made For Lovin’ You"
"God Gave Rock N’ Roll To You II"
"Detroit Rock City"
"Lick It Up"
After selling more than half a million tickets at its initial on-sale, KISS has announced the second leg of its final tour, appropriately named "End Of The Road". The original trek was first revealed at Halloween and featured a first set of shows, some of which sold out instantly. The band released today the dates for the second leg of the tour in North America starting this summer, produced by Live Nation, as well as new international markets being announced simultaneously.
Original KISS guitarist Ace Frehley rejoined his former bandmates on Wednesday during this year's "Kiss Kruise" to perform an acoustic set of KISS classics. Also appearing with them was former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick. The legendary rockers — Paul Stanley (vocals, guitar), Gene Simmons (bass, vocals), Tommy Thayer (guitar) and Eric Singer (drums) — are playing multiple shows during the eighth installment of their seagoing extravaganza, which embarked yesterday from Miami a
KISS frontman Paul Stanely has told the Associated Press in a new interview that the setlist for the band's "farewell" tour, dubbed "One Last Kiss: End Of The Road World Tour", will be expanded from the recent 16 songs to 25. He added that KISS has "thrown away every piece of hardware that we used on any of the previous tours and created a completely new show." Stanley also once again said that the tour could include appearances by former members. "I wouldn't discount any pos
An incredible line-up of world-class musicians and vocalists gathered together, under the helm of Grammy award-winning producers Bob Kulick and Bruce Bouillet, to recreate 11 classics from the catalog of one of music’s greatest, best-loved bands, the icons of theatrical shock rock, the mighty KISS. Originally released as Spin The Bottle in 2004, the resulting album has received a complete makeover this year and will be reissued October 19th with all new artwork. Now titled, P