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MessageSujet: KISS - Final Piece Of Monster Album    Lun 30 Juil - 17:47

KISS - Final Piece Of Monster Album Artwork Revealed




KISS' Monster Hunt has wrapped up. Each day, beginning Monday July
30th, a piece of the new KISS album art was revealed across the
internet.


The image below is the final piece of the Monster album artwork:





All previously revealed pieces can be found at:


Mashable

AOL Music

Omusicawards.com

VH1.com

Rolling Stone

Yahoo.com

Classic Rock Magazine


RollingStone.com's Dan Hyman recently reported:


It's been just shy of four decades since KISS released their
eponymous debut album. But as Gene Simmons says, the hard rock titans –
who are set to drop their 20th studio album, Monster, on October 16th –
are still firing on all cylinders.


"The band is more focused than ever," Simmons tells Rolling Stone.
"The weather looks great for the band – reinvigorated, redefined,
refocused and reborn."


While Simmons and lead singer Paul Stanley remain the band's only
original members, Monster marks the second consecutive KISS record,
following 2009's Sonic Boom, created with a lineup that includes drummer
Eric Singer and lead guitarist Tommy Thayer. Simmons insists the new
album ranks up there with some of the notoriously outlandish crew's
finest work.


"If this was a first record by a new band, I'd be floored," he says.





Monster was recorded at studios in and around Los Angeles and, like
Sonic Boom, was co-produced by Stanley and Greg Collins. Though it has
been finished for a few months, the bassist and perennial self-promoter
says there was no point in rushing out something this epic.


"Just because you have a lot of ammunition doesn't mean you have to
shoot your wad right away," he says. "You have to pace yourself."


Monster itself does not pace itself: it's a full-on aural assault,
from the first note of the opening track and lead single, 'Hell Or
Hallelujah' ("I rode the highway to heartache/ I rode the ship of fools"
) to the appropriately titled 'Wall Of Sound', a barn burner anchored
by a snaking guitar lick. The album doesn't let up until Stanley lets
out a final jarring wail on 'Last Chance'.


"If you like guitars and drums, this is right up your alley,"
Simmons explains. "Which is better than right up your ass. It's
relentless til the end. We're not doing thrash. We're not doing any of
that stuff. It's straight meat and potatoes. No messing around. And no
ballads, no string choirs, no little boys doing a cappella, no eunuchs
singing background."


Simmons adds that Monster is less intricate than their classic 1976
album Destroyer, and that it hearkens back to the band's first three
records.


"Destroyer was a more produced studio record," he explains. "To
reproduce Destroyer live, we would need keyboards. We love that, but
it's more produced material."


Read more here.
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MessageSujet: Re: KISS - Final Piece Of Monster Album    Jeu 2 Aoû - 8:04

KISS, a récemment dévoilé la tracklist et la pochette de "Monster", son nouvel album qui sortira le 16 octobre prochain.

Tracklist de l'album: 'Hell Or Hallelujah' - 'Wall Of Sound' -
'Freak' - 'Back To The Stone Age' - 'Shout Mercy' - 'Long Way Down' -
'Eat Your Heart Out' - 'The Devil Is Me' - 'Outta This World' - 'All For
The Love Of Rock & Roll' - 'Take Me Down Below' - 'Last Chance' -
'Right Here Right Now'.

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MessageSujet: Re: KISS - Final Piece Of Monster Album    Mer 8 Aoû - 16:12

KISS To Guest On Rockline Next Monday







KISS
will be the featured guest on US nationally syndicated radio show
Rockline with host Bob Coburn on Monday, August 13th at 8:30pm
PT/11:30pm ET. Fans are encouraged to call to speak with KISS toll free
at 1-800-344-ROCK (7625). For more information on finding a station near
you and for information regarding how to log onto the internet
broadcast go to Rocklineradio.com. The show will be streamed on the Rockline website for two weeks beginning the afternoon after the live broadcast.


KISS will release their new studio album, Monter, on October 16th.






Monster tracklisting:



'Hell Or Hallelujah'

'Wall Of Sound'

'Freak'

'Back To The Stone Age'

'Shout Mercy'

'Long Way Down'

'Eat Your Heart Out'

'The Devil Is Me'

'Outta This World'

'All For The Love Of Rock & Roll'

'Take Me Down Below'

'Last Chance'

'Right Here Right Now'
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MessageSujet: Re: KISS - Final Piece Of Monster Album    Lun 13 Aoû - 17:35

PAUL STANLEY Talks KISS Monster Album - "'Back To The Stone Age' Is Really More A Battle Cry Of Getting Back To Basics"






In a Q&A with San Diego Union-Tribune, KISS singer/rhythm guitarist
Paul Stanley discusses the band's upcoming studio album, Monster. An
excerpt follows:


Q: How different or similar is your impetus for making music now than 20 or 30 years ago?


A: "Interesting question. You sure this is for the San Diego
newspaper? I think it’s, well, it comes from a much more fertile place
(now), because - as you live - in some way or another, your experience
or perspective is enhanced and influenced by your life. So the danger
is, as time goes on, you can find yourself a more adept songwriter, but
not writing better songs. Because I don’t believe the key to writing
great rock ‘n’ roll is honing your songwriting expertise. Sometimes,
that can get in the way. You almost have to make an effort, on some
level, to deprogram yourself and unlearn things. Because the beauty of
some of the earlier material (you write) is its lack of restrictions, a
lack of understanding of the so-called laws of writing. And, as you
continue, you learn a craft that may get in the way of the essence of
what rock ‘n’ roll is supposed to be."


Q: If my hearing is accurate, the lyrics to the song 'Back To The
Stone Age' on the upcoming new KISS album start: 'In the beginning there
was darkness and there was light / At the dawn of creation there was
fear / In the dead of night there was thunder...' Did you at any point
think of Spinal Tap and Stonehenge?


A: "Hah! I don’t think any rock band born of that period when we
were can get away without, at some point, parallels being drawn (with
Spinal Tap). I don’t see it there (in that song), but Spinal Tap had a
lot of bands squirming in their seats when they saw it. We’ve all been
there, to one degree. Every band can look at some scenes in that movie
and say: ‘That was us.’ But (the song) 'Back To The Stone Age' - is
really more a battle cry of getting back to basics."


Q: Is that a mantra for the new album?


A: "I think so. I consider myself an Anglophile and the bands I grew
up listening to are 99.9 percent British. But that music wouldn’t exist
unless they had listened to (Delta blues pioneer) ROBERT JOHNSON and
BLIND BOY FULLER and LITTLE RICHARD. What I loved about English music is
it took the roots of great American music and put it on steroids and
dressed it up, and interpreted it in a way that, to me, was very
appealing. Going to the Fillmore and seeing all these bands, there was
so much style to them, visually, and an incredible sexuality, to a lot
of them. And they also, in their own way, took (HOWLIN' WOLF lead
guitarist) Hubert Sumlin and all things that were the foundation of
American blues and took it somewhere else."


Read more at this location.


KISS will be the featured guest on US nationally syndicated radio
show Rockline with host Bob Coburn today, Monday, August 13th at 8:30pm
PT/11:30pm ET. Fans are encouraged to call to speak with KISS toll free
at 1-800-344-ROCK (7625). For more information on finding a station near
you and for information regarding how to log onto the internet
broadcast go to Rocklineradio.com. The show will be streamed on the Rockline website for two weeks beginning the afternoon after the live broadcast.


KISS will release their new studio album, Monter, on October 16th.






Monster tracklisting:



'Hell Or Hallelujah'

'Wall Of Sound'

'Freak'

'Back To The Stone Age'

'Shout Mercy'

'Long Way Down'

'Eat Your Heart Out'

'The Devil Is Me'

'Outta This World'

'All For The Love Of Rock & Roll'

'Take Me Down Below'

'Last Chance'

'Right Here Right Now'



Pre-orders for the album are available now via iTunes stores worldwide.
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MessageSujet: Re: KISS - Final Piece Of Monster Album    Sam 13 Oct - 21:24

KISS To Guest On Rockline Monday




KISS will be the featured guest on US nationally syndicated radio show Rockline with host Bob Coburn this Monday, October 15th at 8:30pm PT/11:30pm ET. Fans are encouraged to call to speak with KISS toll free at 1-800-344-ROCK (7625). For more information on finding a station near you and for information regarding how to log onto the internet broadcast go to Rocklineradio.com. The show will be streamed on the Rockline website for two weeks beginning the afternoon after the live broadcast.

Universal Music Canada have released a limited deluxe edition of KISS' new album, Monster.





Monster Zinepack Limited Edition includes the new album and a
64-page fan magazine featuring exclusive interviews with the members of
KISS, plus never-before seen photos.








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