Vintage Magazines with KIX

Screamer Magazine June 1989

Screamer Magazine June 1989
Issue: June 1989. Featuring: Warrant. Also Included WASP, Mr. Big, Skid Row, Queensryche, Little Caesar, Vixen, Dark Angel and Much More.

Screamer Magazine April 1989

Screamer Magazine November 1988

Screamer Magazine November 1988
Issue: November 1988. Featuring: Cinderella. Also Included BulletBoys, Anthrax, Social Distortion, Jailhouse and Much More.

Screamer Magazine September 1988

Screamer Magazine September 1988
Issue: September 1988. Featuring: Metallica. Also Included Guns N' Roses, LA Guns, KIX, Kidd Comet, Masquerade, Salty Dog, Madel Fang and Much More.

Screamer Magazine August 1988

Screamer Magazine August 1988
Issue: August 1988. Featuring: Guns N' Roses. Also Included Killer Dwarfs, Flotsam and Jetsam, Shock and Much More.

Articles with KIX

KIX Celebrates Platinum Album On 30-Year Anniversary – Fuse 30 Reblown Out Sept 21

On the 30th Anniversary of their platinum album, Blow My Fuse, Maryland hard rock icons, KIX will release Fuse 30 Reblown – 30th Anniversary Special Edition two-disc set on September 21, 2018, exclusively on PledgeMusic, exactly 30 years after Blow My Fuse’s original September 19, 1988 release date.  Fuse 30 Reblown is available for pre-order… Read more »

KIX Celebrate 30-Years Of Platinum Blow My Fuse With Two-Disc Special Release

On the 30th Anniversary of their platinum album, Blow My Fuse, Maryland hard rock icons, KIX will release Fuse 30 Reblown on September 21, 2018, exactly 30 years after Blow My Fuse’s original September 19, 1988 release date.  KIX announced the release from the stage of the M3 Rock Festival where the band performed Blow… Read more »

KIX DVD Is #1 This Week

“We have always known from the way our passionate fans treat us that we are number one with them,” said the band.  “We have always enjoyed that mutual love fest. And now, to have our fans lift us to #1 on the Billboard Music Video Chart is by far the greatest honor that they can bestow… Read more »

KIX – Can’t Stop the Show: The Return of Kix (DVD)

In 2014, platinum-selling Maryland hard rock icons KIX released their seventh full-length album, Rock Your Face Off after almost 20 years since the release of their last studio album. Now, two years later, the band—Steve Whiteman (vocals), Brian “Damage” Forsythe (guitar), Ronnie “10/10” Younkins (guitar), Jimmy “Chocolate” Chalfant (drums) and Mark Schenker (bass)— have returned… Read more »

KIX – Won’t Stop The Show

It’s never too late to release new music into the world, as American rock band KIX proved with their resurrection back in 2003.  The band was founded as early as 1977 but did not become KIX until 1980.  The band’s 1988 release, Blow My Fuse, brought a wider spread fame for the quintet which saw them playing on arena tours… Read more »

Hard Rock Icons KIX Documentary DVD/CD Coming October

Platinum-selling Maryland hard rock icons, KIX will release CAN’T STOP THE SHOW: THE RETURN OF KIX, a two-disc DVD/CD set, October 21, 2016 on Loud & Proud Records.  The 71-minute film is an in-depth look into KIX’s decision to record their first new album, 2014’s Rock Your Face Off, in almost 20 years. The DVD… Read more »

CRAZY LIXX – Crazy Lixx

Readers of Screamer Magazine have great taste in music and that is obvious for all concerned.  The styles of music you read about in one of the best online magazines from this globe you inhabit often possess magical qualities which encompass all manner of sensibilities.  Most of you perhaps fancy your classic styles of rock… Read more »

KIX – Rock Your Face Off

With the resurgence of 80’s glam rock music, fans new and old are getting treated to sounds from an era where long hair, [curly or straight; your choice] bare adolescent skin peaking through billowy poets shirts, tight leather pants/chaps and thigh-high boots ruled the club scene.  Mascara ran down the cherub faces of those glistening… Read more »

Kix – Loud, Proud and Glad to Be Back!

Kix were a busy band during the decade that brought us the Rubik’s Cube, shoulder pads and various displays of big hair!  They released their self-titled debut album in 1981 and their fourth studio album Blow My Fuse in 1988.  Each consecutive studio album outshined the predecessor as the band became very adept at penning a… Read more »

KIX – Live In Baltimore

What’s not to like when you think of the infectious rock n’roll that KIX are known for?  The hooks that grab you by the ears as you find yourself tapping your toes to Girl Money, Cold Blood or No Ring Around Rosie.  Incidentally, you get all of these three on their first ever official live extravaganza.  In front… Read more »

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