Monsters Of Rock 4 Report

Monsters Of Rock 4 certainly lived up to it's name and reputation! It rocked the very foundation of the once again again SOLD OUT Hi Fi Bar & Ballroom! The full house in attendance will lay testament to that.

From the get go there was something in the air. From the massive queue which trailed a good portion down Swanston Street, to the very last pyrotechnical explosions which culminated in an awesome KISStroyer guitar smashing finale.

We belted out 90 minutes of KISS classics, spanning nearly the entire KISS repoitoir and the crowd was into it every step of the way.

Set list for the evening was:

Detroit Rock City
Deuce
Shout It Out Loud
Dr. Love
Love Gun
Let Me Go, Rock 'n' Roll
Firehouse (with an amazing fire breathing display by Danny)
Shock Me (featuring a jaw dropping smoking guitar solo from Andrew)
I Love It Loud
God Of Thunder
I Was Made For Lovin' You
New York Groove
Black Diamond
God Gave Rock 'n' Roll To You II
Rock 'n' Roll All Nite


We also unveiled our new stage which included fully functional light up stair cases and amp racks. Add this to the huge functional light up KISS logo, a massive pyrotechnical display and confetti shower (supplied proudly and professionally by Melbourne Fireworks) and the unveiling of the exotic Paul Stanley Apocalypse encrusted in Swarovski Crystals and another brilliant light up guitar for Ace (this time it’s the UFO sparkle top) - well, need we say any more! Look out for online photos (by CK Photoshop) and awesome concert video footage (by Craig Broderick) very soon. These are ones you will not want to miss.

A huge thank you goes out to our partners in crime on the evening: Appetite For Destruction, Bad Medicine, The Deadthings, Thunderstruck and War Pigs. Your professionalism and patience whilst the staging and pyrotechnics set up was amazing!

Apologies go out to all the hard rock and KISStroyer fans who missed out on seeing the show due to doors being locked so early on in the night. We were disappointed to hear that some who traveled quite some distance were unable to see the spectacle, but it is in the interest of safety that the numbers are capped.

Keep rockin' and see ya soon!

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