KISS have seen the stage for their End of the Road tour and they're impressed.
It was assembled in the Star of the Desert Arena in the Las Vegas suburb of Primm, Nevada, but only three-fourths of it could fit inside.
As for what it can do, KISS staffer Keith Leroux says, "I won't spoil the surprise for anyone...and to be honest, I'm not sure how I would describe all that I saw. But I will say the stage is simply incredible. Bigger than anything KISS has ever done! It's coupled with technology and amazing lighting and graphics. It was so much more than I ever expected!"
The band saw it Sunday, and Leroux says they were "instantly impressed... It was so wonderful to witness as the guys looked at their parts of the stage and to see it work after months of seeing it on paper. Their excitement confirmed to me what I was feeling was real!"
Paul Stanley then posted a video in which he said the stage and production are "mind-boggling good."