Thursday, February 17, 2011

No KISS Reunion In Sight


Paul Stanley was recently interviewed on CNN's "Connect the World". Paul was asked if there was ever going to be another reunion with the original founding members of KISS? Here's what he had to say:

"I think one was enough. When we did it, we did it for the right reasons. The word that comes up is closure. You get a chance to go back and revisit old relationships and see if they changed at all. And for the most part, sadly, you find that they remained as they were. We had a good time that kind of deteriorated over time, and when we did the farewell tour I realized that I didn't want to say farewell to KISS, I wanted to say farewell to two of the members. It's been quite a while and a huge success without them. KISS is iconic at this point and those characters are much bigger than the people behind them. Thankfully."

Paul also touched on the next KISS album saying "If it's not broken, don't fix it". "The next album will be more like 'Sonic Boom'".

Look for KISS to tour later this year in September or October, after the release of their forthcoming album.

See the interview HERE.

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