KISS’ “I” Video Now Public and Boy is it Cheezy!

KISS’ “I” Video Now Public and Boy is it Cheezy!

If you aren’t a fan of KISS then this post isn’t for you. You’ve, no doubt, mocked even the high points of this legendary band’s career so just move along. However, if you are a dyed-in-the-wool KISS fan, prepare to simultaneously watch the the greatest and lamest thing you’ve ever seen in your life as a fan of the Hottest Band in the Land. The KISS My Boots podcast has premiered a long-shelved video from…

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Music From The Elder 34 Years Later

Music From The Elder 34 Years Later

“Who steers the ship through the stormy sea?” Ironic that those are the first words you hear. Who indeed was steering the KISS ship during this stormy period? Gene Simmons? Paul Stanley? Bob Ezrin? Cocaine? On November 10th 1981 KISS released their 9th studio album (Music From) the Elder. It would be their first and last venture into the world of concept records. Like a Sasquatch darting across a highway only to disappear into the…

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Album Review: Casablanca – Miskatonic Graffiti

Album Review: Casablanca – Miskatonic Graffiti

I like lists. In fact, I love lists. I keep lists for everything. Top 10’s, best of’s, bucket lists and must see’s. On my list of “Euro Must See” bands is one from Sweden called Casablanca. This entry to my list was acquired from loving their first two CD’s – 2012’s Apocalyptic Youth and 2013’s Riding the Black Swan. So when given the opportunity to review their latest CD Miskatonic Graffiti, I jumped at the…

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