NEW SPRINGVILLE — The KISS Army is ready to pucker up in Staten Island.
The famed rock group's frontmen Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons will take a break from rock-and-rolling all night long to sign autographs at an island bookstore.
Books will go on sale at 9 a.m. Tuesday and wristbands will be given out to attend the signing with every book purchased, according to Barnes & Noble.
The 554-page book, written by Ken Sharp, Simmons and Stanley, chronicles the early part of KISS’ career, ending with the band's classic 1975 album “Alive!” and the single “Rock and Roll All Nite.”
Told as an oral history, the book draws from more than 200 interviews with members of the band, producers and more, according to the book’s description.
Attendees are allowed one picture of the pair per person.
Line-up for the signing starts at 5 p.m., with autographs starting at 7 p.m. There’s a limit of five books per person.