KISS: 2007 Calendar In Production

According to a posting on KISS' official web site, the 2007 KISS Calendar (photo) has been approved and is now in production. You may pre-order the calendar in the Kiss Shop. The calendars will ship mid-October.'s photographer Al Soluri took all of the inside photos of the calendar. The only photo not taken by Al was the studio cover shot by Neil Zlozower. Besides the cover, all photos are live shots from the recent KISS Japan and Chumash Casino shows.

In a recent interview with, KISS frontman Paul Stanley discussed the possibility of KISS releasing another studio album. "The fact is, [fans] may tolerate the new songs, but it's the old ones you want to hear," he noted. "I think Jimmy Page and Robert Plant found that out. THE [ROLLING] STONES certainly know it. THE WHO certainly know it. So unless you're willing to go into the studio accepting that how your album will be received will never match your expectations, I'm not sure it's worth the effort."


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