Last week, Gene Simmons of KISS hosted a Live Q&A with comic book Legend Stan Lee via Ortsbo.com, a real-time experiential language translation platform, at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
Yesterday we posted a gallery of some of the strangest KISS merchandise items we've ever come across. Now we've just learned, from our friends at Blabbermouth, that a toy company will be issuing a new set of action figures based on the orig
Of all the legendary rock bands to ever peddle merch in their name, KISS has lead the way in creativity and ridiculousness. Don't believe us? Check out our gallery and peek at the trinkets, body products and actual, functional KISS "Kaskets" as Noisecreep takes a survey of some of the craziest items ever sold in the name of KISS. What'd we miss? Got some? Raise your hand or
Want to overdose on cute? (Make that "kute!") Then check out this video of Avery Molek, a 5-year-old KISS fan, and aspiring drummer, who rips through a medley of 20 of the band's songs in the span of four minutes.
Avery has been manning the kit since he was two (nothing wrong with starting 'em young) and the litt
In 1981, a good three years before 'This Is Spinal Tap' lampooned the idea of making ponderous, overblown metal songs about ancient times, KISS dropped '(Music From) The Elder.' It was a medieval concept album that was to spawn an accompanying film, and while the movie was never made, a British filmmaker is hoping to give Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley's most notorious record the big-screen treatment. In 2006, Q Magazine ranked '(Music From) The El
On Saturday, Jan. 14, Guitar Center, the world's largest retailer of guitars, amplifiers, drums, keyboards and pro-audio and recording equipment, held their 23rd annual 'Drum-Off' in search of the next great drummer
A note to those KISS fans who set their DVRs to record Paul Stanley's scheduled appearance tomorrow night (Jan. 11) on ABC's 'Nightline': The segment has been moved, and the legendary singer and guitarist will
Back in October, Alice Cooper predicted that pop star Ke$ha, his unlikely collaborator on 'Welcome 2 My Nightmare,' would fully embrace rock 'n' roll and emerge as "a sort of female Robert Palmer." It turns out he may be right.
It's time to rock n' roll into a new year which leads us to ask - have you made your New Year's resolutions yet? While you ponder your own, Noisecreep thought it would be fun to follow up with some of the musicians we've featured on the site over the past year to see just what their New Year's resolutions are for 2012. Kick
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