Limited edition Spider webbing designs on a Bich (top) and a Warlock (below).
I know what you’re thinking – it looks like Spider-Man jerked off on a bunch of black guitars. They look cool though.
This week I’m posting the video that I’ve been wanting to post for a long time now because of how bad it is: And of course, when I’m talking about bad, I’m talking about Kiss.
This is the first ever video clip the band released after taking off their makeup in 1983 with the Lick It Up album.
Rad song. Hilariously bad video, right? How about Paul Stanley‘s leopard print boots? And doesn’t Gene Simmons look so tough in his pink singlet?
This was the first album to feature my Flying V wielding hero Vinnie Vincent. He and Eric Carr, featuring in this video here as well on the drums were my two most favourite members of Kiss.
Hi everyone, pinch and a punch and all that shit. It’s June.
I was in the mood for some 80’s pop metal today so here’s a big helping of awesome from the band Poison. I swear I didn’t pick this clip because they are playing BC Rich guitars exclusively throughout – that was just a happy coincidence.
Paul Stanley with his signature ASM leopard print guitar back when KISS were endorsers.
Doing a Google image search for KISS and BC Rich guitars will show you a lot of different guitars that they hawked during the early 80’s at the peak of BC Rich’s popularity.
Below is Gene Simmons’ signature design The Punisher. Major hotness and the paint design was one of the standard options.