KISS' PAUL STANLEY Discusses Decision To Record New Album; Audio Available

KISS frontman Paul Stanley was interviewed on the "Jim Kerr Rock and Roll Morning Show" on Tuesday (February 10) to promote his upcoming art show at Wentworth Gallery and discuss the band's return to the studio to make a new album. Click here to listen to the interview.

Paul Stanley recently confirmed to Page Six that he, Gene Simmons and the rest of KISS are headed into the studio to grind out a new record for release this fall. "It's a KISS album in the most true and classic sense — we're recording it in analog, not digital, and writing it ourselves," said Stanley, who also paints and will hold an exhibit February 27-28 at the Wentworth Gallery in Hackensack, New Jersey.

According to unconfirmed reports, the new KISS album will contain 13 tracks, nine of which were composed by Paul Stanley, three by Gene Simmons and one by Tommy Thayer.


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