Will we ever see an official live performance Kiss release from the DESTROYER tour? Kiss' first big arena tour included staging themed with the album's cover of a post apocalyptic scene of a city in ruins complete with Gene's "castle," Ace's "space planet" placed on each side of the stage to Peter's left and right. The stage included crystals and burned out trees that appeared to survive a nuclear explosion. Peter had two gigantic cats placed on each side of his drum kit with glowing green eyes. Christmas lights, Kiss Army banners, high voltage towers and lightning bolts made this staging very ambitious for it's time. No other band at that time was touring with such a powerful live presentation.
With Kiss planning another volume of KISSOLOGY, it would make great timing and and a handsome addition to see some of their landmark 1976 tour on film for home use. Possibly a bonus DVD? Meanwhile, here is some clips from Houston's the Summit, 1976. The videos below, however, are pro-shot.
ACE'S GUITAR SOLO
LET ME GO, ROCK AND ROLL
HOTTER THAN HELL