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KISS Unveils Start Date for Commencement of Digital Avatar Concerts

KISS, known for their iconic performances, is set to embrace the digital era with computer-generated avatars. While the band bid farewell to touring, the recent announcement of their virtual presence intrigued fans. Previously without a set timeline for the debut of the CGI band, KISS X changed the game on December 22 by unveiling a short trailer for their upcoming avatar shows.

In the 24-second video, fans get a sneak peek into the futuristic performances. The big revelation? “A show is coming” in 2027. This three-year wait not only builds anticipation but also allows the band to fine-tune and perfect their virtual spectacle. Get ready for a new era of KISS in the digital realm!

KISS unveiled their digital transformation at their farewell concert in Madison Square Garden earlier this month. As the final notes echoed through the iconic venue, a video featuring the new KISS avatars captivated the audience.

Collaborating with the Swedish company Pophouse Entertainment Group, renowned for producing digital concerts for ABBA, KISS becomes the pioneering American band to receive the avatar treatment. Get ready to witness the next chapter in the evolution of KISS, embracing the cutting-edge world of digital performances!

Simmons envisions an eternal legacy for KISS in their groundbreaking new era. He expressed, “We can be forever young and forever iconic by taking us to places we’ve never dreamed of before. The technology is going to make Paul [Stanley] jump higher than he’s ever done before.”

Frontman Stanley echoed the sentiment, emphasizing, “What we’ve accomplished has been amazing, but it’s not enough. The band deserves to live on because the band is bigger than we are. It’s exciting for us to go to the next step and see KISS immortalized.” Get ready for KISS to reach new heights, both digitally and artistically!

Mixed Reactions

While numerous fans applauded KISS for embracing technological innovation, there were dissenting voices. Comments such as, “You can rock forever, but the core fanbase will be dead in 10-15 years. Get ahold of yourselves,” encapsulated the skepticism and concerns expressed by some fans regarding the band’s future.

“They’re going to improve,” Simmons expressed about the avatars. “It’s absolutely astonishing. There’s so much in the works, even beyond my understanding. They’re investing around $200 million to elevate it to the next level.”


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