KISS and MÖTLEY CRÜE played the final show of "The Tour" last night (Sunday, September 23) at Comcast Theater in Hartford, Connecticut.
Fan-filmed video footage of KISS' performance can be seen below.
"The Tour" kicked off on July 20 in Bristow, Virginia. Although the bands officially co-headlined the trek, MÖTLEY CRÜE opened for KISS each night.
KISS will release its 20th studio album, "Monster", on October 9 through Universal Music Enterprises. Described in a press release as a "12-track, straight-ahead rock 'n' roll album," the CD features collaborations among all four members — including co-founders Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons and longtime members guitarist Tommy Thayer and drummer Eric Singer — in an album that shows the band at the top of its game.
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"Monster" is the group's first studio album since the band's 2009 smash success, "Sonic Boom", and was also produced by Paul Stanley with Greg Collins at Conway Studios in Hollywood, California, and The Nook in Studio City, California.
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