Paul Stanley, the founder and driving force behind KISS, will appear live on CNN this Thursday, June 14 at 7:40 a.m. PST (10:40 a.m. EST).
Stanley, one of rock’s most preeminent and iconic frontmen, will be interviewed by award-winning CNN anchor Carol Costello regarding the summer concert season and the much-anticipated “The Tour” with MÖTLEY CRÜE, which kicks off July 20 in Bristow, Virginia.
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KISS has completed recording its new album, “Monster”, for a fall release. Songtitles set to appear on the CD include “It’s A Long Way Down”, “Back To The Stone Age”, “Shout Mercy”, “Out Of This World”, “Wall Of Sound” and “Hell Or Hallelujah”.
“I wasn’t interested in making an album unless I was in charge and no one agreed to it half-heartedly,” Stanley told Classic Rock magazine. “The band’s all there, all the time, and we cut the tracks all facing each other in the same room. Chemistry and camaraderie, that’s essential. That’s what made [2009’s] ‘Sonic Boom’ so great, and this album is thunderously better.”