Knights in Stanley's Service

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[Speculation] The concept behind the label "Knight's in Stanley's Service" is based upon a common myth that the band KISS took the name as the acronym for the phrase "Knight's in Satan's Service" - a rumour generally believed to be forced and created by religious individuals with a hatred of rock.

This concept is supported by the similarities in the war-paint of the knights being almost a carbon-copy of the stage paint that the band KISS wear during their live shows and music videos.