But tickets ain’t cheap.
I Was Made For Turnin’ You Down
“I’m not ruling it out. It’s a possibility, I guess.”
Foo Fighters are back!
“Records at this point are really something that if we do, we do it for us more than anybody else”
His hilarious imitations of old mate Ulrich are perfect.
“We’ve tried that.”
U2 condoms anyone? Anyone?
Gene Simmons, the hero no one wants.
Ace Frehely is game.
The unwieldy tongue of Gene Simmons has revealed that rock legends KISS are working on a movie, a TV series and possibly a video game, giving the world more KISS-related material it didn’t know it needed. Speaking with News Corp Australia, Simmons says the band are involved with “a motion picture that’s scripted that is
Sydney clearly isn’t feeling uptight on a Saturday night as the KISS Army gathers in its battalions outside Allphones Arena. Approximately one in four faces is smeared with black, white and silver warpaint, the flash of smartphone selfies sparkles across Sydney Olympic Park like sequins on Starchild’s shoulder pads, devil horns are raised, demon tongues
In a performance that is sure to go down in the annals of rock history as one of the most entertaining ever, Loudwire have gotten Dream Theater‘s drummer Mike Portnoy to play some classic metal and rock n roll covers… on a Hello Kitty drum kit. Portnoy isn’t impressed upon seeing the kit initially, saying
Good news, sports fans! (We’ve always wanted to say that). You wanted the best? You got the best! (OK, we’ll stop). Detroit rock legends KISS have just been announced to perform at this year’s AFL Grand Final instalment of The Footy Show. Punters decked out in their team’s battle colours for the Logie Award-winning program’s
Prepare for a rocking and rolling feast, KISS have set their sites on Melbourne as a possible location for one of their Rock & Brews restaurants. Reports News Limited, KISS bassist Gene Simmons has said he and bandmate Paul Stanley are looking at expanding their co-owned franchise, Rock & Brews into new markets around the
Congratulations, Melbourne. Australia’s live music capital will officially be rock and rolling all night, twice, with hard rock legends KISS announcing back-to-back shows at Rod Laver Arena. The painted ones have added a second Melbourne date to their monster Australian tour, after the city’s KISS Army snapped up the majority of tickets to the first
Gene Simmons has a beef. The outspoken KISS bassist, who’s never been one to swallow his opinions (and, let’s face it, with a tongue that size, who could?) has today taken aim at “dishonest” artists who perform using backing tracks, and we don’t mean with his Love Gun. In the firing line are not only
Bringing their 40th anniversary tour down under!
Ace Frehley, the former lead guitarist of American rockers KISS, has announced his 2015 Invading Down Under Tour, which will see the solo artist return to Australia for the first time since his 2010 It’s Ace Down Under Tour. During the Invading Down Under Tour, Frehley will play two-hour sets composed of solo material and