Kiss revealed their impressive new stage set tonight (June 1) during the opening show of their European tour in Stockholm, Sweden. The group has posted high-definition quality video footage of the opening song, which can be viewed above.

The band's traditional "wall of amps" stage setup has been replaced by a much more open floor design, over which hovers an absolutely gigantic metal spider capable of moving up and down and most importantly, shooting fireballs.

According to, Kiss played a 19-song set featuring all of the expected classics plus a few tracks that haven't been performed in a while, including 'Heaven's on Fire' and 'Let Me Go, Rock n' Roll.' It seems Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley are still up to their high-flying tricks, with the former soaring to the rafters before 'God of Thunder' and the latter flying into the crowd during 'Love Gun.'

Below you'll find some great videos from the show. No doubt they'll have American Kiss fans hoping the group performs more than the six shows they currently have planned to play here this summer.

Watch Kiss Perform 'God of Thunder'

Watch Kiss Perform 'Black Diamond'

Watch Kiss Perform 'I Love it Loud'

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