Gene Simmons is out promoting his new book 'Me, Inc: Build an Army of One, Unleash Your Inner Rock God, Win In Life and Business' and the Kiss icon is once again ruffling feathers.
A LOT of feet touch that LAX floor on a daily basis, but KISS' Gene Simmons isn't intimidated by dirt or germs.
KISS' Gene Simmons was asked about his recent "rock is actually dead" comments and offered up some additional points to support his argument.
Rob Halford responds to Gene Simmons' "rock is dead" claim and predicts that Judas Priest will make another album.
Original Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley, who is out promoting his new solo album, ‘Space Invader,’ recently opened up about how his former band is “trying to rewrite history.”
The latest rock legend to respond is Twisted Sister's Dee Snider, who respectfully offered his own retort to Simmons' claims.
Foo Fighters have weighed in on Gene Simmons' recent declaration that "rock is finally dead."
Gene Simmons is making headlines again, this time for burying rock 'n' roll. The outspoken artist says "Rock is finally dead," in an interview conducted by his son Nick.
Motley Crue's Nikki Sixx has called to an end to the "anti-Gene Simmons bashathon" and also offered up more talk on depression, suicide and treatment.
KISS' Gene Simmons, taking some heat over comments in a recent interview, says that he "deeply supports" and is empathetic to anyone suffering from depression.