After appearing in movie theaters around the world and on your television and computer screens via pay-per-view, Kiss' latest concert film, Kiss Rocks Vegas, will be available for purchase in a variety of audio and home-video formats on Aug. 26.

The movie, which captures wonderfully shot footage of Kiss performing in an uncommonly intimate setting on a brand-new immersive stage set during their 2014 residency in Las Vegas, can be purchased in DVD/CD, Blu-ray/CD, DVD/two-LP and Deluxe Edition DVD/Blu-Ray/two-CD box set versions. Video footage of a seven-song acoustic set is included as a bonus on the DVD/CD and Blu-ray/CD versions. The deluxe edition comes in a 12"x12' hardcover book, and in addition to the video version of the acoustic set, it also includes a bonus CD of those seven "unplugged" songs.

Founding Kiss frontmen Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons fired up their hype quote generators to talk up the new project. “We rocked and Vegas rolled! This was epic in your face Kiss," enthused Starchild. "We got up close and personal, I think rock 'n' roll fans will really enjoy this spectacle that only Kiss can deliver.” The Demon chimed in: “KaBOOM! We blew up the Joint at the Hard Rock in Vegas like never before. We are very proud of this and know that you will be blown away as well.”

Kiss will kick off their Freedom to Rock tour on July 7 in Boise, Idaho. The trek is currently scheduled to end on Sept. 10 in Huntington, W.V. You can get complete details and ticket information at the band's official website.

'Kiss Rocks Vegas' Track Listing:
1. "Detroit Rock City"
2. "Creatures of the Night"
3. "Psycho Circus"
4. "Parasite"
5. "War Machine"
6. "Tears are Falling"
7. "Deuce"
8. "Lick it Up"
9. "I Love it Loud"
10. "Hell or Hallelujah"
11. "God of Thunder"
12. "Do You Love Me?"
13. "Love Gun"
14. "Black Diamond"
15. "Shout it Out Loud"
16. "Rock and Roll All Night

Acoustic set:
1. "Comin' Home"
2. "Plaster Caster"
3. "Hard Luck Woman"
4. "Christine Sixteen"
5. "Goin' Blind"
6. "Love Her All I Can"
7. "Beth"

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