Gene Simmons’ ‘The Vault’ box set has secrets drawers containing personal items
KISS bassist, co-founder and singer Gene Simmons was recently interviewed by The Daily Meal and could not resist plugging his new upcoming box set The Vault, which will weight about 40 lbs and contain about 150 unreleased songs spanning Simmons‘ 50 year musical career from 1966 to 2016.
Simmons stated during the interview: “And of course, if you are just tuning in late, find out all the latest and the greatest on the largest box set of all time. I mean this is badass, I am so proud of this and I’ve got to mention there are secret drawers where you press, it opens up and there are personal items that I put in there. These box sets are another animal all together. It doesn’t look like one, it doesn’t move like one. It’s much heavier, it’s much bigger, it’s just everything I have ever dreamed of so I am proud of it.”
Simmons also described what he does on the KISS Kruise when not performing when he stated: “It’s a good 12-hour day. We literally meet and greet every single one of those thousands of fans on the ship. We make sure every single fan on that cruise gets a photo. We make sure everyone of the fan gets some time with us and we do contests and other activities besides unplugged shows and concerts at night. I mean, they’re full days.”
You can read the rest of the interview with Simmons at The Daily Meal.