Between his tongue and his take on America, Gene Simmons has been giving us nightmares for year. So, maybe it’s not so much of a stretch to hear he’s getting into the horror movie business.
The 5-song vinyl-only EP will will be released in conjunction with Record Store Day, April 18 and will be available in limited quantities at select retailers.
But are they “real artists?”
Gene likes corporations. And Taylor Swift. Hippies? Not so much.
The ad was apparently shelved because focus groups weren’t too keen on Stanley’s role.
The results may or may not surprise you.
“We ALL deserved better,” tweeted Paul Stanley.
You can see Kiss’ next film cameo when Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 hits theaters April 17.
Coronel was a member of Wicked Lester, the pre-KISS band featuring Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, as well as a co-writer on songs from KISS’ early catalog.
Band will vie for the God of Thunder’s thumbs-up.
We can agree to disagree with your point, Gene, that only Nirvana measures up to the iconic artists of rock’s first three decades. Here’s a list of some others. Pay attention.
Paul McCartney is getting the royal treatment from his fellow musicians in a new covers compilation that spans the former Beatle’s time with the Fab Four and Wings, along with his solo career.
The guard is suing Gene Simmons and company for “injuries, loss of wages and other unspecified damages.”
During our conversation, he discussed his knack for choosing great covers — including “New York Groove” — his new album, his fiancée, his sobriety and his recent induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
But he thinks Paul Stanley may not let that happen.
Space Ace, promoting his upcoming album Space Invader, sat in with Questlove and co. last night on The Tonight Show.