BADLANDS – DREAMS IN THE DARK – FROM THE VAULT

Support: Today we take a trip back to 1989, to the self titled first album by Badlands released on Atlantic Records and the track, Dreams In The Dark. The album which features Ray Gillen – vocals, Eric Singer – drums, Jake E. Lee – guitars and Greg...

KISS – MUSIC FROM THE ELDER

Support: Today’s post bring us back to 1981 to the ninth studio album by KISS titled Music From “The Elder”. This was the last album to mark the appearance of guitarist Ace Frehely and the first time that  KISS did not tour to support the album. KISS...
WEEKLY ROUNDUP

WEEKLY ROUNDUP

Support: Today is the first day of December and the official start of the holiday season. Let’s start the month with the latest in the metal community.   KISS PLAYS MACY’S THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE Last Thursday (11/27), KISS performed at Macy’s...
GENE SIMMONS – SHUT THE FUCK UP!

GENE SIMMONS – SHUT THE FUCK UP!

Support: Originally when I planned to write this post I was going to write about how I felt that KISS had become the biggest joke in the world, however due to some computer glitches, my post never made it up and I was going to post the original article today. That all...
THE HOTTEST GUYS IN HEAVY METAL: PART 5

THE HOTTEST GUYS IN HEAVY METAL: PART 5

Support: And lo, we end our countdown with Carol’s Freaky Friday picks. It’s been real, and obviously, feel free to post your picks on our Facebook wall and/or Twitter page! 1. Rudy Sarzo (Ozzy, Quiet Riot, Whitesnake) There are so many adjectives I could...

HAPPY BIRTHDAY PAUL STANLEY

Support: Happy Birthday to Paul Stanley’s who turns 63 years old today. Stanley Harvey Eisen or Starchild, who was born in Manhattan and raised in Queens, NY, has created a legacy with KISS that lives on with each generation and Paul along with KISS continues to...
NEW KISS BOOK – NOTHIN’ TO LOSE

NEW KISS BOOK – NOTHIN’ TO LOSE

Support: KISS co-founders Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons have partnered with author Ken Sharp on a new KISS memoir, that will chronicle the band’s early years, between 1972-1975. The book titled Nothin’ To Lose will cover the band’s early days and their...
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