Rock hall of famers Kiss have announced they'll be touring Australia in 2019, the final time they'll play our shores before hanging up their axes and makeup brushes.
Earlier this week, the rock icons revealed next year's jaunt – aptly titled the End of the Road World Tour – would be the band's last in their storied 45-year career.
Sceptical fans may be forgiven for raising a wary eye at the band's retirement claims.
"How pathetic and sad would it be to see the band, and you've seen lots of them, (where) you remember their glory days and they're out there a little bit too long," he told Reuters.
The band, who first visited Australia in 1980, echoed those sentiments in a tour statement.
KISS Army, we're saying goodbye on our final tour with our biggest show yet and we'll go out the same way we came in... Unapologetic and unstoppable."
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