Kiss unveil massive 45th anniversary reissue of ‘Destroyer’

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Huge Reissue Coming This November

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Kiss has unveiled a massive 45th anniversary reissue of the hit album ‘Destroyer’.

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The album, originally released in 1976, was the band’s first album to sell 1 million copies in its first year: it is also the group’s best-selling studio album of all time.

The new reissue will take the form of the Super Deluxe 4-CD+ Blu-ray Audio Box Set as well as standard double black vinyl and limited edition yellow and red double color vinyl, 2-CD sets, and digital.


‘Destroyer 45th’ can be pre-ordered Here before its full release on 19 November.

Highlights of the set include a new mastering of the album that took place on Abbey Road and never-before-heard demos from the personal archives of band members Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons.

Other features include outtakes, alternate versions and a special stripped-dr, acoustic N version of ‘Beth’.

The Super Deluxe Edition of the set also features memorabilia and a recreation of the original Kiss “Army Kit” which features ephemeral items including newspapers, photos, Kiss Army membership certificates and cards from select items from other locations including the fan club.


Simmons recently tested positive for COVID-19, forcing the postponement of a number of kissing gigs.

The news was shared on Kiss’ social media page on August 31, a few days after Simmons’ band mate, Paul Stanley, also tested positive for the virus.

Simmons has previously said that he is in favor of the vaccine mandate on the show. “My alcoholics would be that it is mandatory for everyone to get vaccinated,” Simmons said. ultimate classic rock.

“I hope everyone is going to wear their masks [at the shows]. But we can only control what we can control and different states and different countries have different rules. “

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