Bark it, bark it, bark it out loud!
The Baselworld Watch and Jewellery Show doesn't exactly sound like the type of event where a person is liable to see Sebastian Bach singing an AC/DC classic backed by members of Kiss and Night Ranger bassist Jack Blades.
Hyped by ESPN2 as a Battle of the Bands, the AFL matchup between Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley's LA Kiss vs. Vince Neil's Las Vegas Outlaws instead was no contest.
Most of us are never going to have any real idea what goes on behind closed doors at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but a new Billboard report purports to shed a little light on the occasionally contentious nomination process.
Plenty of rock groups have been given the reggae treatment, but only Kiss has the honor of receiving it from a Swedish tribute band.
A little over 15 years after it flopped in theaters, Detroit Rock City has made its Blu-ray debut, and director Adam Rifkin couldn't be happier.
The quest for rock supremacy is often fought in arenas, but on April 11, that battle will also include wearing helmets and shoulder pads.
The Wall Street finery sported by Kiss, as they unveiled their third studio album 'Dressed to Kill' on March 19, 1975, was in no way representative of the very modest state of their personal finances.
Dee Snider recently caught some flak for derogatory comments made about former Whitesnake guitarist Doug Aldrich and the current Kiss lineup, but as the Twisted Sister frontman argued during an appearance on Eddie Trunk Live, he wasn't just making idly rude remarks.
Add Dee Snider to the list of those who think Kiss are making a terrible mistake by presenting new members in the classic makeup worn by departed founders Ace Frehley and Peter Criss.