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"We own some very big houses that critics have bought us with their bad reviews," Simmons cracks. "There's a large Kiss cemetery at the back of our houses where we bury them."
Of course, the lack of critical praise hasn't kept the band's diehard fans from propelling the album to a No. 2 debut on the Billboard charts, making it the group's biggest success in 20 years. Simmons also revealed he was proud of the band's recent accomplishment.
"We made Kiss, with our look, all the pyrotechnics of our live show, the epitome of everything we wanted from a band," he explained. "And now here we are 35 years later and I think we've released one of the best records of our career."