Here's a feature on KISS from Argentina's "El Dia" newspaper. Thank you to Alejandro for sending the article to KISSonline! Here's the text of the article in English:
KISS: THE FINAL COUNTDOWN
Shortly after KISS announced a new tour date in Argentina on November 7th at the River Plate Stadium, fans of the larger-than-life band began counting down the days until KISS' return.
Three years since their last visit, the band will again come to this country to rock the monumental songs from "Monster," their new record being released around the world on October 9th.
It's likely the show's set list won't be missing any of the classic hits that span throughout the band's career, such as "Rock and Roll All Nite," "Lick It Up," "Detroit Rock City," "Shock Me," and "Shout it Out Loud."
The American group will bring its current formation to Argentina again, consisting of original band members Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons, together with Eric Singer and Tommy Thayer.
KISS has been rocking for almost 40 years and has sold more than 90 million albums since the band's debut in the 1970s. Their stage shows formed a milestone in the history of rock, with grand audiovisual performances, outlandish costumes, visual video projections and pyrotechnic effects.
This, coupled with the enormous talent of the band's members to compose catchy, irresistible songs, endeared them to the public around the world and brings out an army of fans in full force, both for those who became fans in the band's early days and for the generations that have followed.
Translated from Spanish for KISSonline by Jill Cataldo.