KISS' "Rock the Nation Live!" DVD debuted in Billboard's Top Music Video chart at No. 7. Click here to view the chart.
"Rock the Nation Live!" DVD was filmed last year in Washington DC. Besides the concert footage, the DVD features behind-the-scenes features and interviews with the band members.
In other news, Steiner Sports Marketing is currently arranging an appearance with KISS and offering autographed guitars, photographs, drum heads and other memorabilia. The first signing is scheduled for January 18, 2006. More information is available at SteinerSports.com.
As previously reported, KISS singer-guitarist Paul Stanley told Launch that the group is currently on hiatus, with the individual members focusing on their own endeavors. "Right now we're sitting back and taking some time to decide when we go back out," he said. "I've spent quite a bit of the last year off and on working on my album, so that's really been my focus — although KISS is always my focus, always has been and it's well documented. You know, everything will pretty much be on hold until I see this through."
Stanley said he's completed recording the solo album and is now looking for a label to release it.
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