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Sleaze Roxx Reports: "KISS My Boots podcast hosts Andrew Sgambati and Jason Herndon have premiered a bombshell of a video for KISS fans as they showed the long shelved music video for KISS‘ “I” song (go to 3:30 mark of video below) from their commercial flop Music From The Elder album, which was released back on November 10, 1981.
Before airing the video, Sgambati noted: “Just a little bit about this ‘I’ video. Obviously, there are two versions of the ‘I’ video. This one was directed by Bruce… filmed over Halloween weekend in New York city and this is the famed Fortress of Solitude ‘I’ video, the one where there are pictures in the early years in the… The Early Years book from Gene and Paul has some pictures of this…. We have the entire video to show you….” 

09 Nov

Toby Wright

Published in Interviews

Just a mere look at Toby Wright’s CV is sufficient enough to make you reach out to your record collection and grab albums from Alice in Chains, Korn, KISS, Fear Factory, Soul Asylum etc. for your listening pleasure. Without any doubt, Wright is one of those key figures in the music industry that helped shape the sound of the 90s (and not only, of course). We get in touch with him and ask him to share some details with us regarding his collaboration with two classic bands: Alice in Chains and KISS. Toby was more than happy to do so and we sincerely thank him for taking the time…Interview: Sakis Nikas

In an exclusive interview to the Dutch website, Gene Simmons stated that KISS

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According to Rockhead's Kiss Blog, the American band will be recording a new studio album sometime soon. This information is based on a statement by Paul Stanley at the band's show a few days ago in Mohegan Sun in Connecticut when addressing to the audience he revealed that the band will be working on a new studio album soon. For more information be sure that especially we will let you know!

In a recent interview with Mitch Lafaon Ace Frehley talked about Paul Stanley’s contribution on hid forthcoming album “Origins Vol.1” (Ed this means that there is a Vol.2 on the way, right?) as well as the possibility for a KISS reunion… since, he couldn’t get in touch with Gene Simmons, he called Paul Stanley who happily accepted his invitation to sing lead on Free’s “Fire And Water” for the album. “I didn’t actually see Paul,” he said, “’cause I was busy mixing and overdubbing, and he was very busy at the time, so we just forwarded him the basic tracks, and him and his engineer threw on the lead vocal, and while he was doing that, I was doing something else. And then we got it back, and I took it home with me and threw down the guitar solos. And it just kind of came together. It’s amazing how quickly and painlessly you can work these days with e-mails. You just fly stuff into Pro Tools and it pops up on the screen, and you’re good to go, as long as you know what you’re doing”. As for the matter of returning to KISS, Ace said: We haven’t discussed that at this point,” he said, “but I’m not ruling it out. I’ve always said that, you know, I always leave the door open […] There have been rumors and stuff, but there hasn’t been any talk of us getting back together. Right now it’s just the excitement of this record, and I’m very excited about ‘Fire And Water’. There’s a good chance that we’re gonna release that as a single, maybe. Paul’s really happy with the way it turned out, I’m very happy, the record company’s very happy, so we’re just moving forward in a positive way. And whatever happens in the future, it happens, or if it doesn’t, it doesn’t.”

Vienna is a city where classical music prevails, this is something you cannot disrespect when you pay a visit.

Legendary KISS frontman Paul Stanley recently stopped by David Fishof's Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp and participated in a question-and-answer-style interview interview with 16-year-old radio host Miles "The Shoe" Schuman.
Stanley was whether it's still worth making a new KISS album now that the band already has so many classic songs that everybody knows:
Stanley: "It's only worth doing it if, artistically, you wanna do it. Every time we finish an album, I kind of go, 'Well, that's it.' Whenever we've done an album… When we did 'Sonic Boom', it was because the band was so good that I just thought to not capture the band and do new material would be a shame. But once we did 'Sonic Boom', I said, 'Well, we've made the point.' And then, a few years later, it was, like, 'Wow, why don't we dig deeper and get a little closer to the roots and the people that we loved and kind of do something else,' so we did that, and then I said, 'We're done.' But lately I've been thinking, yeah, we should do another. There's no secret that when anybody who's considered classic or of our generation does a new album, most people are not interested in hearing that stuff; they tolerate it at best. If you turn the sound off and you put on a live [THE ROLLING] STONES concert or a live [Paul] McCartney concert, I'll tell you every time they're playing a new song, 'cause the audience sits down. You tolerate the new song, 'cause you wanna hear 'Brown Sugar'. You tolerate the new song, because you wanna hear 'She Loves You', 'Strawberry Fields'…. whatever it is. So I'm aware that doing an album is more for my own satisfaction than anybody else's. That being said, if I don't feel the need to do it, then there's no need to do it."

2 years without SSIK, the Greek KISS tribute band, seemed too much for the Athens crowd and as a result there was a lot of people waiting to see them at the Crow Club last Saturday night. The place was almost full, while a few people had makeup on!

Former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick announced the release of a new single this June and plans

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