Tuesday, April 17, 2012

VIDEO: Paul Stanley talks about new KISS album

KISS continues to talk up its forthcoming album, “Monster,” due sometime this year.

Paul Stanley recently spoke with Fox News' Fox 411 about the project.

’Monster’, right now, is in chains, so to speak” says Stanley. “We’ve finished recording it. It’s by far the best thing we’ve done in decades. I think [2009’s] ‘Sonic Boom’ was an important album for us because it was the first time that the lineup that’s been in place for almost ten years went in the studio.”

“That album came in the charts at #2,” adds Paul, “We tried for #1 but that’s the job of ‘Monster’…which should shoot to #1. It’s an album that does justice to everything we’ve done before.”

KISS hit the road July 20 for a summer tour with Motley Crue; shows are scheduled through September.

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