Introducing Kiss Band Font! Kiss Band is an American rock band formed in New York in 1973. Band members include Tommy Thayer, Paul Stanley, Gene Simmons, and Eric Singer.
The band’s logo was created by Guitarist Ace Frehley, who gave the letters SS a unique lightning bolt shape.
The band was extremely popular in the late 1970s and early 80s. Because of the band’s popularity, we see the KISS logo and associated font used on album covers, t-shirts, posters, and even pinball machines.
The font name that looks most similar to the letters used in the official KISS logo is a typeface called Die Nasty. It was made by Raymond Larabee.
|Kiss Band Font Family
|Logo, Display, Fancy
|Free For Personal Use
|Kiss Band (Truetype, Opentype)
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The font faithfully replicates the design of the band’s logo, with jagged edges, sharp points, and a distinct rock-and-roll style. It’s instantly recognizable and evokes the band’s image with every letter.
Due to its bold and stylish characters, there are many places where you can apply this amazing typeface. It’s perfect for large headlines and headings, as well as newspaper or magazine headlines, headers, titles, banners, quotes, product titling, video titling, and even certificate design.
Due to its stylized nature, the font can be difficult to read in smaller sizes. It’s best suited for headlines, titles, and large text blocks.
If you are looking for this typeface that you can freely use in your personal projects, click the download button below to get it on your operating system.
These extraordinary typefaces belong to the display techno typeface family. That is free for use.