Music Video of the Day: Heaven’s On Fire by KISS (1984, directed by David Lewis)


This is yet another KISS video from the era when the band was performing without their makeup because who needs a memorable gimmick when you can just be another overage hair metal band singing about banging groupies?

This video begins with Paul Stanley’s hands on fire.  Judging from the rest of the video, which features scenes of KISS performing mixed with scenes of KISS entertaining their fans, those hands probably weren’t the only thing that felt like it was on fire by the time filming on this video was completed.

Over on the imdb, director David Lewis has exactly two credits.  One is for this video.  The other is for directing a Linda Ronstadt television special.  Both of them came out in 1984 so it appears that Lewis went straight form Linda Ronstadt to KISS.  That was probably quite a journey.

Speaking of journeys, KISS eventually put the makeup back on.

Enjoy!

One response to “Music Video of the Day: Heaven’s On Fire by KISS (1984, directed by David Lewis)

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