KISS Releasing ‘Super Deluxe’ Anniversary Edition Of ‘Destroyer’


KISS “Destroyer”, 1976.


KISS will be celebrating the 45th anniversary of their iconic album Destroyer with a new ‘super deluxe’ box set. The four-disc set includes a fully remastered version of the original album, dozens of demos, outtakes, and alternate mixes, and a never-before-released live album taken from a 1976 show in Paris. A 68-page hardcover book and loads of posters, stickers, and other collectibles are also included.

Destroyer was the first KISS album to go platinum in its first year, packed with iconic classics like “Detroit Rock City”, “God of Thunder”, and “Beth”.

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