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Paul Stanley says it’s ‘logical’ KISS’ farewell tour will be released as a live album

Posted on August 08, 2017
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It seems that KISS’ farewell tour might be recorded for a future live album, with Paul Stanley admitting that it’s a “logical” move.

Back in September, KISS revealed that after 45 years in the game, they’re going to be calling it quits with a farewell tour.

“This is gonna be our last tour,” said Paul Stanley. “It will be the most explosive, biggest show we’ve ever done. People who love us, come see us. If you’ve never seen us, this is the time. This will be the show.”

While the band have since announced worldwide dates for this final tour (including a run of Australian shows in 2019), it seems that the band might be planning to document this final trek with some sort of audio/visual package.

Appearing on the KISS Kruise, Paul Stanley recently participated in a Q&A session (via Blabbermouth), where a fan asked if the band had plans for a live album for KISS’ final tour.

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“I haven’t really give it any thought, but it seems appropriate,” Stanley began. “It seems appropriate that we’ll want to document, whether it’s video or document with an audio of this. It’s a great way to wrap things up.”

“So although it hasn’t been planned or thought out, it seems logical.”

Of course, this wouldn’t be the first time that KISS have released a live album in their career. While they released the infamous Alive! back in 1975 (which is notable for including quite a few overdubs from the studio), the band have since released ten more live records, and a number of home video releases as well.

KISS’ End Of The Road tour is set to kick off in January of 2019, and will feature a series of Australian dates in November of the same year. Keep on reading for tour dates and ticketing info.

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KISS End Of The Road Australian Tour 2019

Saturday, November 16th
RAC Arena, Perth, WA
Tickets: Ticketek & 132 849

Tuesday, November 19th
Coopers Stadium, Adelaide, SA
Tickets: Ticketek & 132 849

Thursday, November 21st
Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC
Tickets: Ticketek & 132 849

Friday, November 22nd
Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne, VIC
Tickets: Ticketek & 132 849

Saturday, November 23rd
Supercars Newcastle 500, NSW*
Tickets: Ticketek & 132 849

Tuesday, November 26th
QUDOS Bank Arena, Sydney, NSW
Tickets: Ticketek & 132 849

Thursday, November 28th
Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, QLD
Tickets: Ticketek & 132 849

Tickets on sale 10am local time, Monday, November 12th

* Supercars Newcastle 500 tickets on sale from 9am, Monday, November 26th
Pre-sale begins November 23rd. Check out the Supercars website for more info.