Friday, April 8, 2011

KISS start work on new album

KISS have begun work on their new album.

On his website, Eric Singer posted a photo of his drums in a studio setting, along with the caption, “Rehearsals have begun for the new KISS record !”

“Sonic Boom,” released in 2009, was the band’s first studio album in more than a decade. Vocalist/guitarist Paul Stanley produced that album, and he will perform the same duties on this one.

“Paul knows more what a KISS record should sound like than anybody, to be honest with you, so he is going to lead the charge and produce it again, and we are all really excited about it,” guitarist Tommy Thayer told in January.

Gene Simmons is pleased with where the project is, at this point. “KISS pre-production for new studio album going great. New songs. New energy. Paul doing a great job,” Simmons Tweeted on Thursday.


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