KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons is busy readying his highly anticipated solo record, "Firestarter", the debut release on Simmons Records/Sanctuary Music Group, and is looking for the best and most creative designer to come up with the image for his alter-ego. "We want to leave the creative vision to the individual designer, but as a point of reference we see 'Firestarter' as the Dark Knight to Gene Simmons," reads a post on Gene's web site.

If you think you have what it takes to create the "Firestarter", submit your ideas to [email protected] The winner will receive a choice of a cash prize or a trip to see KISS and meet Gene Simmons.

Rules & Regulations: *ALL ENTRIES SUBMITTED WILL BECOME THE PROPERTY OF GENE SIMMONS AND SANCTUARY MUSIC GROUP. *Please do not send a larger file than .72 dpi jpeg when submitting your entry.

As previously reported, Simmons' first solo record in 25 years will feature songs co-written by Bob Dylan and the late Frank Zappa.

Among the tracks set to be included on the effort are the following:

01. Waiting for the Morning Light
02. Black Tongue
03. Dog
04. Looking Out The Window
05. Asshole

No release date has yet been announced for "Firestarter".


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