Ace Frehley’s latest offering, Origins Vol. 2, is a jewel of an album chock-full of cover songs that gracefully…
Guitar hero and former Guns N’ Roses member Gilby Clarke joins us for a special Top 10 feature that offers us a look at his favourite solo records from a list of legends such as Syd Barrett, Ace Frehley, and Keith Richards.
Author Christopher Long recounts his 45-year journey as a fanatic KISS freak culminating with the band’s recent “End of the Road” show at Sunrise, FL’s BB&T Center on August 6, 2019.
Dismissed frequently for being a disco record, “Dynasty” was EXACTLY the album that KISS needed at that time it was released — May 23, 1979. 40 years later, it stands tall as an impressive ROCK record.
Dave Ellefson of Megadeth and Frank Bello of Anthrax just released the album Get It Out under the moniker Altitudes & Attitude. We spoke with Ellefson at length about working with Bello and the new music.
Paltrocast episode 10 has your host, Darren Paltrowitz, chatting with three exceptional interviewees, each with exciting new projects. Get to know more about Ace Frehley, Dennis Quaid, and Sophia Bush today!
Entitled Spaceman, the latest record from co-founding KISS lead guitarist, Ace Frehley, is an impressive piece of work — one that likely will “scratch” the “itch” of dedicated die-hards, while further enhancing his impeccable street cred.
Rock icon Alice Cooper has decided to extend his previously announced North American tour, announcing new dates throughout October.
Anomaly (Deluxe) is a good album, but not great, and for anyone who owns the original, I wouldn’t say it’s worth buying this just for the three extra tracks.
On his seventh solo album, 64-year-old guitar hero Ace Frehley proves he is still the most successful member of KISS, from a musical standpoint at least.
It has been 5 years since Anomaly was released and, as a long time fan, I have been anxiously waiting for a new Ace Frehley record. Well the wait is almost over because on August 19th Ace will be launching his latest full-length, Space Invader, into the cosmos. I was fortunate enough to be able to score an advance copy of the disc and I can happily tell you it was well worth the wait. The first thing worth mentioning (and this is a big plus for me), is that Space Invader is quite a bit crunchier and heavier than Anomaly. Don’t get the wrong idea though, this it is still rock and roll in the classic Ace Frehley style, just with a bit more bite.