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Noisey News

Gene Simmons Is Now Being Sued for Sexual Battery [Updated]

A lawsuit filed by a Jane Doe on Friday alleges that Simmons repeatedly made “unwanted, unwarranted sexual advances” during an interview in November.
Alex Robert Ross
12.17.17
Noisey News

Gene Simmons Banned by Fox News After Exposing Belly, Hitting Staff with Book

Simmons reportedly barged into a staff meeting and made sexist remarks while promoting his new book, 'On Power.'
Alex Robert Ross
11.17.17
Noisey News

Gene Simmons Doesn't At All Regret Trying to Trademark the Horn Hand

"People said 'you can't do that.' Actually, bitch—I can."
Lauren O'Neill
8.18.17
Holy Shit

Everyone Shut Up, This Calf Looks Exactly Like Gene Simmons

Incoming dad joke: This cow wants to Rock and Roll All Night.
Phil Witmer
8.1.17
Future Days

All the Dumb Shit Gene Simmons Has Tried to Trademark

The devil horns was just the tip of the iceberg compared to "Nude Car Wash," “International Fight Club,” and "?enis."
Drew Millard
6.29.17
Noisey News

Gene Simmons Is Trying to Trademark the Devil Horns Hand Thing

Give me strength.
Lauren O'Neill
6.15.17
Interview

At the End of the World with Nikki Sixx

A day with one of the founding members of the legendary hair metal band, Mötley Crüe.
Annalise Domenighini
1.24.17
Noisey News

Gene Simmons Didn’t Even Get an Invite to Trump’s Soft-Ass Party

Oh, also, have you considered a one-party state, America?
Alex Robert Ross
12.31.16
Op-Eds

Is Lil Peep's Music Brilliant or Stupid as Shit?

Lil Peep is the 2016 version of mallcore: a white rapper who samples Brand New and sings about suicide.
Drew Millard
12.23.16
Guitar Moves

Guitar Moves with Ace Frehley of KISS

Matt Sweeney sits down with the guitarist (and childhood idol) at the legendary Electric Lady Studios.
Noisey Staff
9.22.16
Interviews

Not Everything Paul Stanley of KISS Did in Vegas Stayed in Vegas

He definitely did some dirt there back in ’74.
J Bennett
8.25.16
The Greatest Things Of All Time

We Reimagined the Logos of Your Favorite Bands

More than ever, success in the music biz requires a savvy sense of branding, so we tweaked some band logos to be more suited for the era at hand.
Kyle Kramer
8.2.16