By: Ane Taylor
“You Wanted The Best…You Got The Best” is a great name for KISS’s new documentary, especially with the hire of their new director.
Alan G. Parker, director of Never Mind The Sex Pistols, Who Killed Nancy, Rebel Truce: The Story of The Clash and Monty Python: Almost The Truth, has taken on the project of telling the legendary band’s story, according to Classic Rock Magazine.
The documentary, which is currently being filmed in New York, will take fans all the way back to the bands’ Wicked Lester days and journey through all of the band's ups and downs throughout the decades.
Parker, a true fan of the group, is eager to work with band, stating, “I’m incredibly proud to be on board for this film, telling the story of a band I love so much and that has such a rich history,” (via Classic Rock Magazine).
KISS was also very happy to have Parker as the new director, as singer/guitarist Paul Stanley stated, “We are thrilled to have Alan onboard to help tell the definitive KISS story, a story of insanity… dedication… and a take no prisoners attitude combining to create the most spectacular beast in rock ‘n’ roll history; KISS. Alan’s knowledge of the band amazed even us! We wanted the best….we got the best!”
For more information on the film, as well as the band’s upcoming concert dates, visit KISS’s official website.