Kiss Kruise to Sail Again on Halloween 2012

​To the aging, toothless rocker who has been singing "All I want for Kissmas is a cruise with the band to the Bahamas where I can play mini-golf with Tommy Thayer and see Gene Simmons without his make-up," your wish has been heard and granted!

Kiss has just announced that the guys will again be calling on the Kiss Navy to suit up in their sexiest black vinyl swimwear and SPF face paint to, you know, rock and roll all night (for four nights) and party every day (for five days) on the high seas!

In case you missed our coverage of last year's voyage, you can get a taste -- with your Simmons wannabe tongue -- of what this thing is all about here

Like last year, the band will play an unmasked outdoor set as well as suiting up for some full-on, indoor rocking. There will also be a Q&A with the band, and each cabin will get a photo with the four man-monsters and an autographed poster. In addition to these guarantees, kruisers can walk the decks drunk with excitement -- and booze -- at the possibility that Paul Stanley may be around the next corner. Aboard the Norwegian Pearl, Halloween will be Kissmas indeed.

Tickets don't go on sale until after the new year, but fans can sign up for pre-sale now. Kiss Kruise alumni need not do so as your service last year has earned you the priveldge of booking before any newbies. Keep an eye on your email inbox for orders from high ranking Kiss Navy officials soon.

Kiss Kruise 2012. October 31 - November 4. Sailing from Miami to Great Stirrup Cay, Bahamas. Tickets cost $525 to $2500. Click here.

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Travis Newbill