Kiss to record new album next year

Back in May Kiss were asked by STV if they would be recording a follow up to ‘Sonic Boom’ after the albums worldwide success and they stated that within the next 18 months they could see them recording a new album.

Recently, Rolling Stone went backstage at the bands performance in Pittsburgh and Paul Stanley set out their future.

Sonic Boom was something that fortified us and really united us in the sense that we’re now celebrating everything we’ve done in the past, the present, and where we’re going in the future,” said Stanley. “Sonic Boom is not the last album. It’s the first album in the next phase.”

Stanley said that the band plans to go back in to the studio next February and release an album as early as next summer, but in the meantime, Kiss are content to deliver a hit parade for the Hottest Show on Earth tour. “We don’t want to fall into the thing where you have to play obscure songs,” said Stanley. “I’m a big believer that a song is obscure for a reason: Songs that aren’t as popular aren’t as good.”

     

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