New Issue Of KISS KOLLECTOR Magazine Out Soon

The August issue of Kiss Kollector magazine will be out very soon. Issue 53 features an in-depth story on the famous '70s KISS pinball machine from Bally, an exclusive interview with VIRGIN drummer Chuck Billings (back in 1979, KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons produced their debut album — the very first album outside of KISS that he ever produced), a revealing story on the truth and lies surrounding KISS' landmark "Alive!" album (which was released 30 years ago this year), a feature on some "newly" discovered Peter Criss recordings from the '60s, and much more. Check out a sneak preview of the upcoming issue's cover at www.kisskollector.com.

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