Fans can finally watch the long-sought-after coffee commercial featuring Paul Stanley, featured above, putting images together with a Folgers jingle that's been passed around since at least 2008.
Kiss will release two new collaborative songs with Japanese pop group Momorio Clover Z in January 2015.
Eric Singer has a message for Kiss fans still angry over other musicians wearing the founding members' makeup: time to move on.
Kiss have been known to work the Who's 'Won't Get Fooled Again' into their concerts, but they probably shouldn't hold their breath waiting for Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey to return the favor.
Kiss enjoy an apparently never-ending demand for their music -- and given that they play in costumes and makeup, the band could conceivably continue on as a live act with replacement players even after all of the original members decide they don't feel like performing anymore.
Criss has struggled to find success since leaving the safety of a hugely successful band.
Ready rock 'n' roll all night to the live sounds of Kiss?
Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley nearly died on stage on Dec. 12, 1976.
The former Kiss guitarist launched an auction section of his website.
Ace Frehley's upcoming album of cover songs will hold a special treat for his long-time fans -- new takes on classic Kiss songs.