KISS Accused Of Using Pre-Recorded Tracks Once Again

Fans have accused KISS of using pre-recorded tracks during their June 6 show at Sportpaleis in Antwerp, Belgium. The incident allegedly exposed frontman Paul Stanley after the track was thrown off due to a mistake that was made by drummer Eric Singer. YouTube commenter Austin Ogonoski shared a rundown of the situation:

“For those who miss it:

1. Eric forgets to rest for a measure at 0:12, instead continuing to play the standard beat for two additional measures. The song is so simple for a seasoned pro like Eric that he’s zoning out during the show lol

2. Eric realizes he messes up, and begins the drumroll/breakdown a measure late.

3. This means Paul’s vocal track is out of sync with what the band is actually playing.

4. Paul’s track plays “Everybody’s gonna leave their SEAT,” completely out of sync with the song and when nobody is at a mic.”

[via Blabbermouth]

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