KISS announce farewell tour

US band Kiss have announced their farewell world tour

US band Kiss have announced their farewell world tour

Glam metal rockers KISS announced their farewell tour Wednesday - bringing the curtain down on their five-decade-long career.

The current KISS group is comprised of original members Simmons and Criss, as well as longtime replacements Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer. "We couldn't leave without saying goodbye", the 60-year-old Simmons wrote on his Instagram.

The band has not announced yet when the tour will kick off, but KISS fan club members will be the first to know.

KISS was formed 45 years ago and has become known for the band's wild stage outfits, make-up and stage pyrotechnics - not to mention fire breathing and blood-spitting.

Dates for the End of the Road world tour have not yet been revealed but updates can be found on the band's official website in the coming weeks. It will be the most explosive, biggest show we've ever done.

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The statement continued: "This will be the ultimate celebration for those who've seen us and a last chance for those who haven't".

'People will love us, come to see us. If we can send billionaires to circle the moon, can't we cram the key elements from all of those tours into one history-spanning spectacle?

KISS last toured Australia in 2015, and Simmons has since said the band "can't keep doing this forever" when asked about when they'll stop touring.

They left their mark on the rock "n" roll world with such classics I Was Made For Loving You and Hotter Than Hell.

"We always kind of just bumbled along and marched to the beat of our own drum".

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