KISS Are Playing A Concert For The Great White Sharks Of Australia

KISS Are Playing A Concert For The Great White Sharks Of Australia

Gene Simmons & Tommy Thayer of KISS perform live, 2019. Photo by Adrián Monroy/Medios y Media/Getty Images.

The internet almost broke last week with the sad news last week that KISS had to cancel the highly anticipated Aussie leg of their ‘End Of The Road World Tour' due to frontman Paul Stanley being struck with a struck down with a bad case of the flu.

Today, the band have issued an update (that might just be too much to handle for any Metalocalypse fans out there), announcing that their world-first gig in Port Lincoln, performing for the great white sharks of Australia will still go ahead, without Paul Stanley. 

KISS to play the first-ever show for Great White Sharks

That’s right. The legendary rockers will perform as a trio, under the sea for the sole purpose of entertaining great white sharks with their rocking riffs while eight lucky fans, separated from them by a small submarine, watch on with pure delight. 

KISS are yet to reschedule the Australian leg of their ‘End Of The Road World Tour’ dates, but with Iron Maiden, Whitesnake and Scorpions all announcing tours recently, 2020 looks set to be a year dominated by heavy-hitting rock legends. In a genre defined by elaborate staging and special FX, this underwater performance certainly blows the realms of possibility wide open!  

Wishing Paul Stanley a speedy recovery.

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