KISS - Destroyer
"KISS Destroyer" is the fourth studio album by the legendary American rock band KISS, released on March 15, 1976. The album marked a departure from the band's earlier glam rock sound, opting for a more hard rock approach. With its powerful guitar riffs, pounding drums, and catchy hooks, "KISS Destroyer" helped cement the band's reputation as one of the biggest and most influential acts of the 1970s. Standout tracks from the album include "Detroit Rock City," "God of Thunder," and "Beth," which remains one of the band's most well-known and beloved songs. "KISS Destroyer" was a commercial success, reaching #11 on the Billboard 200 chart and achieving platinum status, solidifying the band's place in the pantheon of classic rock acts. Despite the passage of time, the album continues to be celebrated by fans and regarded as a masterpiece of the genre.
In this video Robert John Hadfield discusses the album.