Currently well into the 10th leg of their End of the Road farewell tour - which started in 2019! - it feels like KISS might never go away. And the band is planning to remind their faithful fans of one of their more notable works of the '80s with a lavish new box set: 1982's Creatures of the Night. Creatures will be reissued for its 40th anniversary on November 18 in a variety of formats: chiefly a 5CD/Blu-ray box packed with the remastered album and 67 live and studio bonus tracks, nearly all
Get up! Everybody gonna move their feet and leave their seat for a new deluxe edition of KISS' signature studio album Destroyer, available November 19. Following the success of the double concert album Alive! in 1975, which introduced the world at large to the hard-rockin' quartet in black and white facepaint and out-there stage costumes, Destroyer was polished to perfection by producer Bob Ezrin. The group added layers of unique craft to these songs, from string sections to sound effects -
Forty years ago, the four founding members of KISS surprised fans by announcing a quartet of solo releases, all scheduled for release on the very same day: September 18, 1978. The four albums were all marketed and branded under the KISS imprimatur by Casablanca Records, and each album would be truly "solo" in that no other KISS member other than the artist would play on the record. Casablanca invested $2.5 million in the marketing effort, and announced that five million copies would be
Between 1986 and spring 2015, Anton Fig could be found on a nightly basis behind the drum kit of The World's Most Dangerous Band and, then, The CBS Orchestra. Part of Paul Shaffer's band for David Letterman's NBC and CBS late-night talk shows, Fig would be glowingly acknowledged by the host as "Buddy Rich, Jr." for his ferocity and prowess with his instrument. In 2002, the South Africa-born music great ventured out on his own to record his first solo album, appropriately entitled Figments.