Gene Simmons Says There’s Been ‘Some Writing’ for a New Kiss Album
Kiss may yet get around to releasing a new album — but it doesn't sound like fans should expect to hear it anytime soon.
Tommy Thayer Says Kiss Rocket Guitar Isn’t as Easy to Fire as It Looks
Tommy Thayer has revealed the difficulties of firing his rocket guitar while playing it onstage with Kiss.
Peter Criss Says Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Was Right to Honor Only Original Kiss Members
Peter Criss is preparing for his final round of shows, having announced his retirement from the road.
Kiss Kick Off ‘KissWorld’ Tour in Moscow: Video, Set List
Kiss launched their 'Kissworld' tour with a set that highlighted nearly every era of the band's long career.
The Life and Death of Kiss Guitarist Mark St. John
After appearing on just one Kiss album, Mark St. John slipped into obscurity before passing away under murky circumstances in April of 2007.
Bruce Kulick Remembers Eric Singer’s First Kiss Show: Exclusive Interview
On the 25th anniversary of Eric Singer’s first concert as a member of Kiss, the band's guitarist at the time, Bruce Kulick, shares some memories.
Eric Singer Looks Back on His First Kiss Show: Exclusive Interview
Eric Singer played his first show as a member of Kiss on April 23, 1992, following the death of previous drummer Eric Carr.
Nile Rodgers Says Chic Were Influenced by Journey and Kiss
The Chic guitarist spoke about the rock bands that influenced him in his early days.
20 Years Ago: Ed Kanon Replaces Peter Criss in Kiss for One Night
Kiss co-founders Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley made a big splash when they brought drummer Peter Criss and guitarist Ace Frehley back into the fold to reunite the band's classic lineup in 1996.