KISS recently sat down with Billboard magazine to discuss their new album, Monster. Among the revelations, Paul Stanley claims the LP shall have no rehashed material:
"I'm a big believer that when people recycle old stuff, they should leave it where it was. When you hear bands that are lifting riffs that they had 15, 20, 30 years ago, I think, 'My God. Can't they come up with anything new?'"
Gene Simmons also had his two-cents to add to the interview, saying that Peter Criss was not involved on the record because he's like a girlfriend in some respects:
"You've had girlfriends before, right? You're happy that you had the girlfriends and now you're happy that you don't have those girlfriends. That's our life too. They were fantastic for the formative years but not everybody is designed in their DNA to run marathons."
by RTT Staff Writer
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