Tag Archives: Paul Stanley

Metal Review: Ace Frehley – Origins Vol. 1 (2016)

Ace Frehley - Origins Vol. 1

A new album from a legendary guitar player who goes back to his roots and lets us in on what he listens to? Yes please. I would love that. That is exactly the platter that KISS legend Ace Frehley serves us with his latest opus, Origins Vol. 1. The album is a long time coming

Song of the Week: KISS: Detroit Rock City

KISS: Destroyer

You wanted the best. You got the best. The hottest band in the land… KISS. How many times have you heard this intro just to hear the start of one of KISS’ best songs, Detroit Rock City, from their iconic 1976 release, “Destroyer.” The song was written by Paul Stanley and Bob Ezrin and is

You Wanted the Best, You Got the Best: My KISStory


KISS could probably be the least understood band in metal or rock history. Some people think of them as a gimmick band while others think of them as a hair metal band, but the thing that everyone forgets is that you do not get that kind of longevity without quality music. It utterly amazes me

Original KISS Lineup Could Reunite For Rock and Roll Hall of Fame


Yesterday, it was announced that KISS will finally enter the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next year, and it looks like we could get the original lineup of Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Ace Frehley and Peter Criss reuniting in honor of this momentous occasion. “That sounds like a great idea,” guitar legend Ace tells

Metal Review: KISS – Monster (2012)

In this day and age when they are far too many bands holding on to their glory days, we still have KISS who is still making great music. I know that it is not the cool thing to say in metal though. It is cool to say that KISS’ debut album rocks and everything since