KISS will be putting on the facepaint one last time as they prepare for their final world tour.
KISS, who went on a farewell tour in 2000 but reunited two years later, and whose only original members are Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley, are once again saying they're calling it quits. KISS Army, we're saying goodbye on our final tour with our biggest show yet and we'll go out the same way we came in...More news: Miami Heat Have High Interest in Trading for Jimmy Butler
Over the years, the band's stage set evolved from a spare candelabra-accented design to various massive structures filled with lighted stairs, raised platforms, drum risers with functioning tank cannons and even the Statue of Liberty. Calling it the band's "most spectacular tour ever", the bassist/vocalist added that the trek will make stops on "all continents".
Dates for the End of the Road world tour have not yet been revealed but updates can be found on the band's official website in the coming weeks. Having played for Kings & Queens, for USA veterans, and for millions of devoted KISS Army fans, they will play their final shows as part of the multi-year END OF THE ROAD WORLD TOUR. If you've never seen us, this is the time. "I'd like to think we'd do something that rocks the planet".More news: Download: iOS 12.1 Public Beta and tvOS 12.1 Public Beta Now Available
But in an interview with Glasgow Live past year, Kiss co-founder Gene Simmons said, "We're not going to be able to do this into our 70s - and I'm 67 now". People who love us come see us.
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