Could KISS carry on without another of their main band members? If you ask guitarist and singer Paul Stanley, the answer is a definite “possibly”. “I’m not sure about the idea of KISS coming to an end,” he said. “I think it transcends any of the members… I’m betting (another absence) could be overcome, too.” KISS has a handful of festival and headlining dates scheduled this summer in Spain and Portugal.
In a new video, producer Eddie Kramer is giving us a taste of what’s to come on the next posthumous Jimi Hendrix album, Both Sides Of The Sky, which will be released on March 9. The 13-track set – which includes 10 unreleased tunes – marks the third volume in a trilogy from the Hendrix archives, following 2010’s Valleys Of Neptune and 2013’s People, Hell And Angels.
30 Seconds to Mars are set to embark on “The Monolith Tour” this summer. The band announced the tour during a visit to The Ellen DeGeneres Show yesterday, and gave everyone in the crowd tickets to a show on the tour, which launches June 6 in Toronto and runs through July 22 in Phoenix, Arizona. Tickets go on sale officially on February 16 at 10 a.m. EST through Live Nation. With each ticket purchased, fans will receive a physical copy of the new album.