KISS dropped their new album 'Monster' on Tuesday and in support of it they performed 'Hell or Halleluja' while visiting David Letterman on 'The Late Show' last night (Oct. 10). Check out the performance.
Late night shows offer bands a great way of getting a song out to a wide audience, but Kiss fans will get quite a bit more than just one track next week when the group takes part in a 'Live on Letterman' concert webcast.
Kiss are a little less than a week away from releasing their highly anticipated 'Monster' album, and they're giving fans two more tracks -- 'Long Way Down' and 'All for the Love of Rock & Roll' -- to chew on before the disc drops in stores on Oct. 9.
Last night's Monday Night Football game between the Oakland Raiders and the San Diego Chargers was opened up by Gene Simmons performing The National Anthem. The KISS front man did a great job, check it out.
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