KISS Asks Fans To Contribute To Feature-Length Documentary 'Kisstory'

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With the band's career coming to a close, KISS is asking its intensely loyal fan base to contribute to a new documentary titled Kisstory, the same title as the band's 1995 book.

Fans are being asked to contribute photos and video clips that help for potential inclusion in the doc, which is scheduled for release this fall.

"Kiss is set to be the subject of an upcoming feature documentary and wants you to help tell their story," read a statement from the band. "This will be the definitive documentary of Kiss. But in order to make the film you deserve, the producers are conducting a global hunt for rare and compelling Kiss-related media."

Specifically, Kiss is looking for "Never-before-seen footage of the band onstage or offstage during the 1970s" as well as photos of the band members in public "trying to conceal their identity."

The band also wants "candid or revealing moments between band members" and recordings of "obscure" television or radio interviews.

To submit material, fans can simply upload it here.

In December, a fan unearthed video of Kiss performing in New York City in 1973 in what is believed to be the earliest-known live footage of the band.

Kiss's 'End of the Road' tour is scheduled to come to a conclusion July 17, 2021, in NYC.

The band's tour resumes in February. For tickets and tour dates, go here.

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