ERIC CARR – HAPPY BIRTHDAY – REST IN PEACE – FROM THE VAULT
Jul13

ERIC CARR – HAPPY BIRTHDAY – REST IN PEACE – FROM THE VAULT

  Today’s From The Vault is dedicated to Paul Charles Caravello, better known as KISS drummer Eric Carr, who passed away 24 years ago in 1991 from cancer. Eric would have celebrated his 65th birthday yesterday (July 12). Carr, who was born in East New York and had been involved in several bands, sent in his audition tape after Peter Criss had left the band, in a bright orange folder to make it stand out. At the audition,...

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BADLANDS – DREAMS IN THE DARK – FROM THE VAULT

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 Chaisson – bass was one of the best breakout albums selling 400,000 copies by 1990 and landed them on the Billboard Chart at number 57. The video for Dreams In The Dark, was...

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KISS – MUSIC FROM THE ELDER

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 made a handful of public appearances to promote the album including an appearance on the late-night variety show called Fridays (performing “A World Without Heroes”,...

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WEEKLY ROUNDUP
Dec02

WEEKLY ROUNDUP

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 88th Annual Thanksgiving Day Parade. There was a lot of talk after the performance however, including frontman, Paul Stanley tweeting that the band was screwed over and fans saying...

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GENE SIMMONS – SHUT THE FUCK UP!
Aug18

GENE SIMMONS – SHUT THE FUCK UP!

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 changed however with the death of Robin Williams. As we were all saddened by his death, it is even sadder to realize that someone who brought so much laughter to people’s lives,...

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