Kiss want to make sure the word gets out on their summer run with Motley Crue and what better way to do that than breaking down some of the language barriers that separate us in the world.
The group has announced the first globally social fan hub through Ortsbro, which allows fans from around the world to converse in real time and offering instant language translation.
According to KissOnline.com
, the platform reaches fans around the world in 53 different languages and will aggregate 17 social networks into a one-stop destination. Fans will also be able to translate and integrate the info into such social networking platforms as Twitter, Google+, YouTube, Flickr, Vevo and more.
Singer Paul Stanley says, “We’re giving our fans a more powerful and meaningful way to communicate and engage with us while on tour. Every member of the KISS Army brings pride and power we share and with Ortsbro’s technology, we can reach anyone, anywhere, in any language through one single place on the web. No matter where our fans are or what native language they speak, now all of them can be part of the tour plus purchase merchandise through one easy platform.”