Paul Stanley says that he hasn’t completely ruled out the possibility of KISS producing new music before finally calling it quits at the end of its farewell tour.
KISS hasn’t released a full-length disc of new music since 2012’s “Monster”, which sold 56,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 3 on The Billboard 200 chart. The band’s previous LP, “Sonic Boom”, opened with 108,000 units back in October 2009 to enter the chart at No. 2. It was KISS‘s highest-charting LP ever.
Stanley, who is promoting the debut album from his SOUL STATION project, was asked in a new interview with MoshTalks Cover Stories if the fact that he has written his last KISS song changes the way he writes music nowadays. He responded (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): “I never thought of that. I guess I never say never, so the idea that I’ve written my last KISS song, I assume that’s so, but I never even thought of it, ’cause who knows? I certainly don’t. I’m enjoying everything that goes on, and I try not to get too deep into those nuances.”
Paul‘s latest comments come just a week after he told USA Today in an interview that he doesn’t really see a “reason” for KISS to make any new music. “For the most part, when classic bands put out new albums, they’re looked at and listened to and thrown away because they don’t have the gravitas, they don’t have the age that comes with something being a time capsule or being attached to a certain period of…