Kuarantine, the KISS tribute band featuring Chris Jericho (Fozzy), P.J. Farley (Trixter), Joe McGinness, and Kent Slucher, have shared a new cover of KISS’ “Silver Spoon.” You can check that out below:
“I’m pleasantly surprised as to how much attention and buzz Kuarantine has achieved since we released our first song only a few years ago. Record companies…and groupies…have been sliding into our DMs daily with requests, offers, endorsements, and the question, ‘What’s the next track gonna be?’. Well, the time has come to unleash ‘Silver Spoon’ and turn the rock ‘n’ roll world into a damn zoo. Let us see all the animals!”
KISS’ Paul Stanley added:
“My favorite song on ‘Hot In The Shade’ by far. Sounds great… well done!”
Kuarantine, the KISS tribute band featuring Chris Jericho (Fozzy), P.J. Farley (Trixter), Joe McGinness, and Kent Slucher, have premiered a new video for their cover of KISS’ “Love’s A Deadly Weapon.” You can check that out below: Jericho commented:
“After the huge response to the first two Kuarantine singles and the hundreds of thousands of views and streams they accrued, we agreed it was time to release our next magnum opus, ‘Love’s A Deadly Weapon’. It’s heavy, trashy, proggy and most importantly, catchy AF! So cuddle up to your Valentine and enjoy the filthiest love song ever… You’re welcome.”
Kuarantine, the KISS tribute band featuring Chris Jericho (Fozzy), P.J. Farley (Trixter), Joe McGinness (Klassik ’78), and Kent Slucher (Luke Bryan), have teamed up with Bruce Kulick for a cover of KISS’ “Heart Of Chrome.” You can check that out below:
“We were pleasantly surprised and stoked to hear the huge reaction to our first single ‘No, No, No’! So what can a band that specializes in non-make-up KISS songs do to top that reaction with their second single? How about tap the guitar player from that era to join the band? That’s exactly what we did when we asked former KISS axeman Bruce Kulick to join us on ‘Heart of Chrome’ — and he crushed it!
‘Chrome,’ from the 1992 album Revenge, is one of the most underrated songs in the KISS Katalog and one of the hardest to sing! Even Paul Stanley himself said to me, ‘If you can sing that song in the original key, with the original melody, then you have completed quite the task.’ So that’s what the band and I did! Plus, having Kulick onboard to lend his signature tone and soloing style, made the tune even more rifftastic! See kids, there’s always a positive in every negative: Only in a pandemic can you form a KISS cover band with the ex-guitar player from KISS and end up with a kickass song!”
Kuarantine, the KISS tribute band featuring Chris Jericho (Fozzy), P.J. Farley (Trixter), Joe McGinness, and Kent Slucher, have premiered a new video for their cover of KISS’ “No, No, No.” You can check that out below. Jericho told Spin the following about the project:
“This is how you can form a band in the COVID era. You have four badasses singing and playing this era of rock and roll from one of the biggest bands in the world that no one ever focuses on this part of their career. It’s cool and organic. Had there been no COVID, this never would have taken place. And gives a little shot in the arm to a scene that’s a little bit stagnant because of what’s going on worldwide.”
Fozzy frontman Chris Jericho has launched a KISS covers band called Kuarantine. The group, which also features bassist P.J. Farley (Trixter), guitarist Joe McGinness, and drummer Kent Slucher, will release their debut single, a cover of KISS’ “No, No, No”, on May 15.