Move over Gene Simmons — Adam Bomb bassist Fozzy Havokk blowing fire live
With KISS currently on their real “farewell” tour dubbed The End of The Road World Tour, who will carry the torch for bassist Gene Simmons when it comes t0 blowing fire on stage at rock concerts. Adam Bomb bassist Kozzy Havokk appears to be the man in that regard (see video below).
Back in May 2019, Adam Bomb found himself without any bandmates and with tour dates to fulfill but since shortly after that time, he’s been touring with his new bandmates — Polish bassist Kozzy Havokk and French drummer Leo Cakolli.
You can check out Adam Bomb‘s latest tour dates via his post yesterday on his Facebook account.
Interestingly enough, Adam Bomb does have a connection to KISS as the guitarist auditioned for the band back in 1982.
Wikipedia states the following about Adam Bomb‘s early years (with slight edits): “In 1979, Adam and Geoff Tate started a cover band called Tyrant. Later, he joined the band TKO, with whom he recorded the album In Your Face. In 1982, Bomb flew to L.A. and auditioned for KISS. Adam wasn’t chosen, so he moved to Hollywood and shared an apartment with Jeffrey Isbell (better known as Izzy Stradlin). He met neighbor Tommy Thayer, a guitarist for the band Black N’ Blue (now guitarist in KISS), who suggested he should call his band Adam Bomb. The band “Movie Star” opened for TKO at The Showbox in 1983. Adam recorded his first demos with producer Rick Keefer while playing gigs with Steeler as a replacement. One year later, Adam recorded songs with drummer Chuck Ruff and bassist Cliff Williams of AC/DC, and finished his album Fatal Attraction.”
Kozzy Havokk blowing fire live in 2019:
This is how a band should spit flame. Not a quick spray like Gêne Simmons or Paolo but à slow fire in the air like à dragon.