Guitar Moves with Ace Frehley of KISS
Matt Sweeney sits down with the guitarist (and childhood idol) at the legendary Electric Lady Studios.
Not Everything Paul Stanley of KISS Did in Vegas Stayed in Vegas
He definitely did some dirt there back in ’74.
The Greatest Things Of All Time
We Reimagined the Logos of Your Favorite Bands
More than ever, success in the music biz requires a savvy sense of branding, so we tweaked some band logos to be more suited for the era at hand.
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If You Love Rap Music You’ll REALLY Love Watching Gene Simmons Fall on His Ass
Remember when he beckoned the death of rap? Remember when he slammed N.W.A.'s induction into the Hall of Fame? Remember when he fell on his ass performing "Rock N Roll All Night"?
The Noisey Guide To Music and Mental Health
Childhood, Fame, and Depression: The Story of Lil' Chris
His story seemed all too tragically familiar. A child who found huge fame at an unfathomably early age, and seemed to spend the rest of their teens and twenties trying to cope with the aftermath.
We Forced Gene Simmons to Listen to Skepta, Death Grips, Radiohead, and More
"Thom Yorke, in particular, gets very upset when I talk about them."
Grillet mælkeskind smager bedre serveret med Kiss og Dolly Parton
Restauranter krydrer deres menuer med musikalske kuriositeter i højtaleren, så vi spurgte en musikkender om forholdet mellem hovedret og headbanging.
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Gene Simmons: Rock Is Dead, Rap Is Dying, Pop Is Karaoke, EDM Is All Light Shows
"I am looking forward to the death of rap."
Bowie Influenced Heavy Metal's Style and Aesthetic Without Even Trying
Bowie was the patron saint of outsiders.
Can You Spot the Fifth Member on the Cover of This Classic KISS LP?
An investigation into this self-titled LP from 1974 currently up for sale.
My Dad, Gene Simmons, Is Full of Shit and So Are You
It's important to kill your heroes. And, sometimes, you have to kill your father. Kill him so you can love him, and his flaws, better than one can love a hollow archetype.
The God of Hellfire Speaks: 73 Years Inside the Crazy World of Arthur Brown
"As a new kind of imagery, we met a lot of resistance and violence. When I appeared with flames pouring five feet above my head, wielding a Viking axe, they changed their mind!"