Soundwise, songs early on like Detroit Rock City and Shout It Out Loud sound as lean as you’d expect from a band who have been playing them for donkey’s yonks. Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons are still vocally on point even as their voices have become huskier with age. However, especially in the first part of their two-hour set, there’s something almost mechanical about it, and it means Shout It Out Loud in particular doesn’t have as much bite as might be expected. Later, Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer take the spotlight for guitar and drum solos respectively, and both feel a little self-indulgent more than spectacular, and outstay their welcome, particularly the drum solo, half of which is taken up by Eric banging nothing but the kick drums. It doesn’t feel like a showcase of skill, but more like a way to eke out their set to two hours.