On this day in KISSTORY - July 22, 2003 - KISS released their KISS Symphony: Alive IV album, a live album featuring the band performing with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.  All tracks were recorded at Etihad Stadium (formerly known as Telstra Dome) in Melbourne, Australia, on February 28, 2003. 10,000 limited numbered copies were released on vinyl in the US.


Pick up New KISS San Diego Comic-Con Exclusives!

Legendary members of the band KISS are heading to San Diego Rock City today, as Entertainment Earth does it again with three more exclusive items for the KISS Army!

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Commemorating one of the most definitive and iconic KISS albums of all-time, KISS Destroyer 3 3/4-Inch Action Figure Deluxe Box Set features The Demon, The Starchild, The Spaceman, and The Catman in their iconic outfits from the cover of their fourth album, Destroyer. These rockin' sculpted figures are one-of-a-kind variants of the standard Bif Bang Pow! Destroyer action figures. In full costume and makeup, they include 11 points of articulation so you can position them any way you want - like an album cover, posed as they rock and roll all night, or in any way your imagination takes you! With drumsticks for The Catman and guitars for everyone else, this box set (the third in the series) is an exclusive limited edition of only 826 pieces that comes in amazing vintage-style packaging designed to look just like the famous Destroyer album.

Head to Detroit Rock City with all-new KISS Window Decals! This sensational set includes The Demon, The Starchild, The Spaceman, and The Catman with their instruments, plus a KISS logo decal. With these removeable decals on your ride, everyone will know you're a proud member of the KISS Army!



On this day in KISSTORY - July 21, 1976 - KISS released The Originals, a 3-record set containing the first three albums: KISS, Hotter Than Hell and Dressed to Kill. The paper sleeves holding each LP were duplicates of the original album covers. The set included  a 16-page history booklet, a color KISS ARMY sticker, and six trading cards.



When KISS Rocked Cadillac


Photo by Fin Costello/Redferns

KISS was on the cusp of superstardom when a small, conservative town in northern Michigan invited the band to visit. The rest is rock history.

It sounds like a Hollywood screenwriter's fantasy: a small-town high-school football team turns around a losing season, inspired by the music of wildly theatrical rock and rollers from New York. The team contacts the group with an unlikely ask: Would they consider visiting, so the town can say thanks? The band, on the cusp of superstardom, agrees — resulting in one of the most improbable, wholesome, heartwarming stories in rock history. But this was no movie: the year was 1975; the town was Cadillac, Michigan; and the band was KISS. Here, after unearthing never-seen photos from the event, FOTO celebrates an unrepeatable pop-culture moment, and speaks with a man who helped make it happen.



On this day in KISSTORY - July 20, 2012 - KISS kicked off 'The Tour' with Motley Crue in front of over 20,000 fans at Jiffy Lube Live in Bristow, Virginia.

Set List:

Detroit Rock City / Shout It Out Loud / I Love It Loud / Love Gun / Firehouse / War Machine / Shock Me / Hell or Hallelujah / God Of Thunder / Lick It Up / Black Diamond / Rock And Roll All Nite

Here's "Detroit Rock City" from the show:



Eric Singer’s Revenge: Two Decades on with the Hottest Band in the World

Interview taken from the Official KISS magazine #2

By Keith Leroux and Jill Cataldo

For more than 20 years, Eric Singer has been the powerhouse behind the KISS drum kit. Eric’s dynamic drum style and prominent vocal abilities are both integral parts of KISS’ sound and stage presence. Here, Eric discusses his early years with KISS, life on tour, and, of course, his love of watches.

KISS: Today is April 23rd, and to the day, it’s the 26th anniversary of your first year in KISS. Tell us about your memories of joining the band in the early 90s.

Eric Singer: There was a lot of anticipation from fans, because after Eric Carr passed away, everyone wondered “What’s KISS going to do now? How will they deal with this new guy? The drummer’s got blonde hair!”  The bottom line is that in any area of life, anytime there’s change, there’s always apprehension – especially for KISS fans facing the prospect of their favorite band having a new member.

When I went in to rehearse with KISS, I had a lipstick-red drum kit. I’d had KISS drum heads made up that were chrome with a black logo and a red pinstripe around the logo. I thought it looked really cool, and I love details like that. Everyone came in to rehearse, and I said to Paul, “How do you like my kit?”

Paul said, “The logo’s wrong.”

I felt deflated – like the air went right out of a balloon. Paul then explained to me how the KISS letter S’s were supposed to look, as they’re slightly asymmetrical. I’ve since told people if you want to get a better perspective on this, take any KISS logo and turn it upside down. You’ll see how the bottoms of the two S’s go in different directions to emulate lightning bolts.

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