SOCIETY 1 Guitarist Interviewed For GENE SIMMONS' 'Biography'

SOCIETY 1 guitarist Sin was interviewed for the A&E "Biography" of KISS co-founder/bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons, set to air Wednesday, December 8. Sin is a lifelong KISS fan who is currently following in Simmons' footsteps as a member of one of the most debaucherous and hard-working rock bands on the scene today. According to Sin, "KISS was the reason I picked up a guitar and got into music so to be featured on the Gene Simmons A&E 'Biography' is an honor and a privilege."

Sin and SOCIETY 1 are currently completing work on their first DVD, "Fearing the Exit", due for worldwide release on Earache Records in January 2005. SOCIETY 1's second album for Earache Records, "The Sound That Ends Creation", will hit stores worldwide in February 2005.

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