We all know how the rock and roll lifestyle can get a bit out of hand. Peter Criss lets the details fly with secrets that never broke the lips of the band members and or his family in his new book.He talks of putting a .357 magnum in his mouth after the famous Northridge Earthquake, partying with John Belushi and about boyhood in Brooklyn, where they never had earthquakes. Criss also delves into albums, songs and how much money he had to burn in some of the autobiography, called "Makeup to Breakup."

Life took him in  many different directions with drugs, women, money and the rest of the band in this detailed release.

Check out the story, including an excerpt from Criss' book, here at Rolling Stone.