Bruce Kulick Remembers “Asylum-Era KISS” With A Rarely Known Pose

The American guitarist Bruce Kulick, who was a member of the rock band KISS from 1984 to 1996, has recently remembered the Asylum-era of KISS and shared a rarely known photo to live those days once again.

Asylum, the 13th studio album of the KISS, has released on September 16, 1985. The album had two sides and 10 songs in total. Also, the album includes Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, Eric Carr and Bruce Kulick in the lineup.

In a recent Instagram post, Bruce Kulick shared one of the rarest photos of the Asylum-era KISS and took fans back to those days. In the photo, KISS was on stage and the band’s legendary lineup, Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Bruce Kulick, and Eric Carr, rocking the crowd.

“FBF Asylum era KISS,” Bruce Kulick captioned in the photo. “This is a photo I found in my poster collection. It’s huge! #kisstory #kissasylum #brucekulick.”

In the comments, fans shared their thoughts about the photo and Asylum-era KISS. While a fan writes, “Eric had the most badass drum kits,” another fan criticized KISS, saying, “Easily the most cringe-worthy outfits in KISStory. Great music but The Golden Girls were missing a few outfits when this tour kicked off.”

You can find the photo and comments below.

photo: Bruce Kulick Instagram

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