KISS Talks About Upcoming European Tour; Video Available

Alan Duke conducted an interview with KISS backstage at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California on November 25, 2009. Watch the chat below.

KISS will bring its new "Sonic Boom Over Europe: From the Beginning To the Boom" tour to Europe in summer 2010.

With multiple dates across Europe, the "Sonic Boom Over Europe: From The Beginning To The Boom" is set to be THE rock event of 2010, building on the incredible success of the 2009 "Sonic Boom" album.

"Sonic Boom Over Europe: From The Beginning To The Boom" will see dates in Ireland, Switzerland, Italy, Austria, Czech Republic, Germany, Norway, Finland, Sweden, Demark, Holland, France, Spain, Belgium and, not only will the tour feature KISS's first U.K. arena shows in 11 years, but it will see the band breaking new ground completely with their first-ever shows in Slovakia.

Acclaim for KISS on their current spectacular "KISS Alive 35" North American tour has been universal. Metal Hammer hailed the "Return Of The Kings!" Mojo declared: "A KISS show is as thrilling and bombastic now as it was in 1975."

Whilst utilizing elements of "KISS Alive 35", "Sonic Boom Over Europe: From The Beginning To The Boom" will be a fresh, new show tailored to the band's European fans and showcasing the brand new "Sonic Boom" album.

Widely acclaimed as another KISS classic, "Sonic Boom" rocked planet Earth when it debuted worldwide and burned up the charts — the album is also the highest-charting album of KISS' career in the USA.

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