The 'Kruise' takes place between October 30 and November 3, 2015
Kiss have announced plans to perform their 1975 gold-selling album ‘Alive!’ in full during next year’s Kiss Kruise.
The ‘Kruise’ takes place between October 30 and November 3 and sails between Miami and Jamaica.
As Gigwise reports, plans for the set have now been announced via the band’s website.
The statement reads, “The time has come to take on your next mission which will surely be the most epic adventure the high seas have ever seen – the Kiss Kruise V! We’re going back to the golden age when Kiss rose to prominence, taking the world by storm. What better way to celebrate the rise of these rock legends than to watch Kiss perform the very live album that launched them into greatness 40 years ago? Get ready to rock out to Kiss playing their first gold album Alive! in its entirety.”
This is the fifth year that the Gene Simmons-fronted band have run the cruise, which will also see performances from an as-yet-unannounced supporting bill.
Prices start from £548 for a two-berth cabin.
Meanwhile, the band recently announced that they were to collaborate with Japanese pop group Momoiro Clover Z.
The band will perform on the Japanese five piece’s single ‘Yume no Ukiyo ni Saitemina’, which is due to be released worldwide in January, with an alternate version also due to be included on Kiss’ forthcoming ‘Best Of Kiss 40’ compilation.