Announcement: KISS Is Not Retiring; Will Continue In The Future

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KISS concluded their “End of the Road” tour with a spectacular show at Madison Square Garden in New York on December 2, marking the transition to their digital era. The band ended their live performance with ‘Rock and Roll All Nite,’ and Paul Stanley hinted at a new phase beyond their live performances. The finale featured stunning pyrotechnics.

Introducing KISS Avatars

The event showcased digital avatars of KISS members – the Demon, Starchild, Catman, and Spaceman – appearing on screens to the tune of ‘God Gave Rock n’ Roll to You.’ These avatars were created by Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) and produced by Pophouse Entertainment from Sweden.

Future Plans for KISS’s Digital Presence

Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, and key figures from Pophouse Entertainment, JOCOUP Creative, and ILM discussed the band’s future in digital form. Stanley emphasized the importance of KISS living on, mentioning their 50-year legacy. Simmons expressed excitement about the new possibilities, including enhanced performances made possible by technology.

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