"Monster" is the new studio album by Kiss. Three years after "Sonic Boom" (2009) thus appears 36 years after the debut album "Kiss" the 20th Album of the hard rock band from New York. 's occupation of Paul Stanley (vocals, guitar), Gene Simmons (vocals, bass), Tommy Thayer (vocals, lead guitar) and Eric Singer (vovals, drums) made the recordings from 8 April 2011 Conway Studios in Los Angeles, the production were responsible for Paul Stanley and Greg Collins. "We are a real rock and roll band - through and through - with people who make 40 years exactly what they believe." - Paul Stanley, 2012 The legendary rock band KISS is back with her 20th Studio album monsters back, which is due for release on Universal Music on Oct 05. The first single, the energetic, autobiographical rock track "Hell or Hallelujah" is already digitally available worldwide and celebrated the world premiere of her Lyric videos on VEVO. The album with 12 absolutely solid rock 'n' roll tracks include collaborations between all four members, including co-founder Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons and longtime guitarist Tommy Thayer and drummer Eric Singer. This album shows that the band is in top form. And that's saying something when you look at their lively 40-year-old band's history: 28 Gold albums in the United States - the highest number ever achieved by an American rock band, 40 million records sold in the U.S. and over 100 million . copies worldwide with Monster KISS tribute to the music, because they had originally used the guitar - and the flame throwers and the Make-Up - to entertain millions of people. "On this album there is no symphony orchestra, children's choir, keyboards, external producer or songwriter, "Gene Simmons promises. "It was the best thing we could do that we have prudently on ourselves. Tommy and Eric have the band filled with new life and her work ethic and talent reinforced that yet. It really is the performance of the entire band. KISS has become a monster. We are entering an uncharted territory, which has not yet entered any band before us. " On 4 July, the day after the digital release of "Hell or Hallelujah" in North America, KISS crossed the ocean for their own personal Tea Party - a gig at the Forum in London, on the occasion of Independence Day. The concert took place in favor of the British charity "Help for Heroes", which collects donations for wounded, ill and injured soldiers.