KISS: Japanese Version Of 'Rock The Nation Live!' DVD To Include Bonus CD

The first pressing of the Japanese version of KISS' "Rock the Nation Live!" DVD, which is scheduled for release on April 19, will include a bonus audio CD featuring the songs "King of the Nighttime World", "All the Way" and "Psycho Circus".

"Rock the Nation Live!" DVD was filmed in 2004 in Washington DC. Besides the concert footage, the DVD features behind-the-scenes features and interviews with the band members.

KISS will tour Japan this summer beginning on July 18 in Nagoya.

KISS guitarist/vocalist Paul Stanley is expected to release his new solo album, "Live to Win", later in the year. The CD features contributions from session drummer Victor Indrizzo, guitarist Corky James, former MARILYN MANSON and current ROB ZOMBIE guitarist John 5, former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick (who plays bass on a few songs) and noted string arranger David Campbell.

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