From the breweries in Detroit Rock City (actually brewed in Sweden) comes the most exciting, best tasting beverage to tingle your taste buds. Yes, that is right. Fermented for over 32 years (not really) Kiss Destroyer Beer will be occupying your fridge very soon.
Kiss, Faith No More and Queen have been announced to headline the UK summer festival Sonisphere 2012 line-up, which will be taking place on 6-8th July in Hertfordshire. Other acts playing on the festival include Marilyn Manson, Incubus, Andrew WK, The Darkness, Mastodon and Australia’s own Wolfmother. Queen will be fronted by American Idol star
KISS might be heading back to Australia in 2013, after manager Doc McGhee revealed to The Music Network recently that the revered stadium rockers will likely tour next year. The famous glam metal band, who first visited us in 1980, have not been on our shores since 2008’s Grand Prix Tour, and 2004’s Kiss Symphony,
The Michael Jackson Tribute Concert organised by Jackson’s mother Katherine is in shambles after the announcement yesterday that Kiss would play.
According to reports, Paul McCartney is putting together an album of covers by other artists of his own songs and those with Wings, and has recruited some big names to get involved. An article in The Sun has the details, with apparently no less than Billy Joel, Kiss and The Cure on board for the
Scar Symmetry are about to release their new album “The Unseen Empire”. I thought it would be a good time to give Hendrik (Drummer/Lyricist) a call to talk about the new record, conspiracy theories and try to pinpoint why so many metal bands come out of Scandinavia. Music Feeds: Hendrik tell us about the new