AEW Superstar – And Fozzy Frontman – Chris Jericho Forms 80’s KISS Cover Band

Well here’s something I don’t think anyone seen coming. Wrestler and metal frontman Chris Jericho has teamed up with an interesting array of musicians to form a cover band that will exclusively play covers from the 80’s catalog of KISS. This was during the band’s “no make-up” stage and apparently music for which Jericho has a passion.

Not particularly known as a heyday for the band – KISS really flexed their musical muscle during this time, experimenting with a wide range of sounds. If Jericho has his way – he’s going to bring that era back to the masses.

Take drummer Kent Slucher – who is the drummer for Luke Bryan – add in Trixter guitarists Joe McGinness and PJ Farley and you get Kuarantine – aptly titled as this little gang of KISS fans would have never found the time to converge had it not been for the COVID-19 shelter in place orders.

The band has released their first cover – from the 1987 KISS album Crazy Night’s – it’s NO,NO, NO.

Check it out!

Can’t lie to you – that sounds pretty damn fine.

Given the nature of things – no word on when we might be getting more of this goodness from Kuarantin – hell, some of the members of the band have yet to even meet one another – but hopefully as things slowly get back to normal, we’ll get to hear much more. Stay tuned!

Dave Dreher
Co-Founder / Lead News Reporter at Gruesome Magazine
Dave is co-founder and lead news reporter for Gruesome. Dave has built his resume working for Diabolique Magazine, The Horror Channel,, House of Horrors and Creature Corner. He has worked with Tom Savini on his official site since 1997 and is also co-host of the popular podcast Horror News Radio.