Norway's VG TV conducted an interview with KISS prior to the band's performance last night (Saturday, June 30) at the Kollen Sommerfestival in Solo, Norway. You can now watch it below.
The band's setlist was as follows:
01. Detroit Rock City 02. Shout It Out Loud 03. Deuce 04. Makin' Love 05. I Love It Loud 06. Crazy Crazy Nights 07. Shock Me 08. Calling Dr. Love 09. 100,000 Years 10. Love Gun 11. Black Diamond
12. Lick It Up 13. I Was Made For Lovin' You 14. Rock And Roll All Nite
KISS's 20th studio album, "Monster", is set for release in October through Universal Music Enterprises. The 12-track, straight-ahead rock 'n' roll album features collaborations among all four members — including co-founders Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons and longtime members guitarist Tommy Thayer and drummer Eric Singer — in an album that shows the band at the top of its game. And that's saying something, considering their illustrious, 40-plus year history — 28 U.S. gold albums, the most gold records for any American rock band, 40 million sales in the U.S., and a total exceeding 100 million worldwide.
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