News - 2013 : June

Jun 08 2013
AND THE NORWEGIAN ARMY!
KISSONLINE.com
Here's KISS with the massive crowd at Viking Stadium in Stavanger, Norway earlier tonight.



Photo by Dean Snowden for KISSONLINE.
Jun 08 2013
MORE PHOTOS FROM VIKING STADIUM
Photos by Jon Ingemundsen and Carina Johansen

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Jun 08 2013
IN STAVANGER: FANTASTIC AND BRILLIANT!
KISS just rocked over 25,000 fans at Viking Stadium in Stavanger, Norway!

Photo by Jon Ingemundsen.
Jun 08 2013
STAVANGER FAN EXPO
KISSONLINE.com
Here are a few photos from yesterday's SOLD OUT KISS Fan Expo in Stavanger, Norway. Norwegian fans of all ages came out to meet Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer. The guys held a lively Q&A with the fans, before spending over five hours signing autographs and taking photos with all who attended the event.
Jun 08 2013
AT VIKING FEST TONIGHT!
KISSONLINE.com
Here's a concert billboard from Stavanger, Norway for tonight's big KISS show at the SOLD OUT Viking Soccer Stadium.

Thanks to Kjetil Berge for sending KOL the image!
Jun 08 2013
NEW STAGE FROM SOUND CHECK
KISSONLINE.com
Here's another photo of KISS and the new stage at sound check.


Photo by Keith Leroux for KISSONLINE.
Jun 07 2013
' SWEDEN ROCK PRESS CONFERENCE
YOUTUBE.com
Jun 07 2013
PHOTOS FROM SWEDEN ROCK FESTIVAL
KISSONLINE.com
Jun 07 2013
BLACK DIAMOND PHOTO
KISSONLINE.com
Here's KISS rockin' out during "Black Diamond!"
Jun 06 2013
AND THE SWEDISH ARMY!
Here's KISS with a massive crowd at the Sweden Rock Festival in Solvesborg earlier tonight.



Photo by Dean Snowden for KISSONLINE.
Jun 06 2013
AT SWEDEN ROCK FESTIVAL TONIGHT!
KISSONLINE.com
Here's a picture of the KISS stage being set up for tonight's performance at the Sweden Rock Festival.

Thanks to Fabio at Deuce News for sending the image to KISSONLINE.
Jun 06 2013
SWEDISH TV INTERVIEW
TV 4 - Sweden
Here's KISS' interview with Sweden TV4’s “Nyhetsmorgon” program. The interview was filmed backstage at Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden on Saturday.

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Jun 06 2013
KAARLO'S FIRST-EVER ROCK CONCERT
KISSONLINE FAN LETTER
KISSONLINE published Kaarlo "Kassu" Salmirinne's Paul Stanley -drawing when Kaarlo was 6. This week Kaarlo, now 9, travelled 600 kms from Kajaani, in North-Eastern Finland to the capital Helsinki with his Mother Sini Salmirinne, to experience his first ever rock show. It had to be KISS, of course.

During mid-show, when smiling and good-mooded Paul Stanley was playing closest to Kaarlo's seat, he noticed Kaarlo's party, dancing away with Tommy Thayer's Outta This World, and threw a plectrum with his 40 year showmanship experience. It flew over the cleft between the stage and the auditorium and over hundreds of heads, straight into Kaarlo's lap. Never mind all the kid sized KISS-t-shirts that had been sold out before the show - this was something unique for your first ever rock concert.

After the show Kaarlo kept smiling. The next day he said: "The best of it all was KISS' music. They played all the songs I wanted to hear. And I do remember the confetti too!"

YLE Finnish Broadcasting Company, Finland's leading media, published Kaarlo & my show review on its Music web site www.yle.fi/musiikki , of which the above is a summary. Check out the full review in Finnish.

Sami Koivisto
Jun 06 2013
SNEAK PEEK: KIDS COMICS
Here are some preview art pages from the forthcoming KISS KIDS COMICS #1.
Jun 05 2013
PREMIERES SPIDER STAGE IN STOCKHOLM
by Greg Srisavasdi

Rock legends Kiss refuse to rest on their laurels when it comes to showmanship, as evidenced by the premiere of their anticipated mechanical spider over the weekend. Descending to the stage with the help of a gargantuan web crawler that would make Peter Parker jealous, the band kicked off the European leg of their 'Monster' tour with their trademark audaciousness, as an estimated 40,000 fans at Friends Arena Stadium in Stockholm, Sweden cheered on.

As promised by Gene Simmons, the spider did shoot fireballs from its tentacles towards the end of performance, and this impressive spectacle may end up being one of the group's most memorable stage shows. Shot by Keith Leroux for KissOnline, the three-minute video posted below has the band in fine form, as they projected enough charisma to fill the 70-foot screen behind them.

Songs in the set included many of the band's more popular tracks, including the tour debuts of 'Heaven's on Fire,' 'Say Yeah,' and 'Let Me Go, Rock n' Roll.' With last year's release of 'Monster,' their 20th studio album, the group are in the midst of a creative resurgence, and the new stage set, as well as their busy touring schedule, are proof of their increased vitality.

Gene Simmons puts it best in a recent WhoSay posting about the addition of what he describes as the "spider monster": "We intend to go into overdrive," said Simmons. "This is just the beginning." The group will celebrate their 40th year anniversary this New Year's Eve and lounging like couch potatoes simply won't cut it.

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