GENE SIMMONS And Family Attend 'The Punisher' Premiere: Photos Available

April 13, 2004

KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons and family (son Nicholas, daughter Sophie and longtime live-in Shannon Tweed) attended the Los Angeles premiere of "The Punisher" movie at the Arclight Cinerama Dome, Hollywood on Monday (April 12). Check out pictures from Daily Celeb, Celebrity Photo.

Simmons' much-anticipated new solo album, "Asshole", is scheduled for release on May 18 through Simmons Records/Sanctuary Music Group. The first single from the album will be Gene's cover of PRODIGY's "Firestarter", a video for which was reportedly shot last weekend in Los Angeles with directors Mark Klasfeld and Tony Perossian.

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