KISS is honoring their fortieth year since releasing their studio albums with The Solo Album Collection, a limited edition box set prepared to release next month.
Curated by bandmates Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Ace Frehley, and Peter Criss have curated only 300 exclusive bundles retailed for $299.95, all of which will be available worldwide for purchase on October 15 to celebrate the rock band's long legacy.
(Pre-orders are now being accepted on the band's website.)
Inside the collection include four 12x12-inch posters of the LP covers and turntable slipmats with each member's face printed on the front, as well as a specially-designed tee, pin badges, and a drinks coaster. Additionally, the assortment will also contain four 180g colored vinyl of the albums recorded by each original member.
See what's inside the box set, below:
In related news, the musicians have been announced to open the season finale of America's Got Talent, airing on NBC at 8 PM EST tonight (September 19). As previously reported, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers will rock the stage for a two-hour presentation on the competition series.
News of KISS' exclusive box set release and AGT gig comes on the heels of the group marking their 35-year milestone that the rock legends bared their faces on the tube since doing so back in September 1983.
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