Snake tongued rockers plan autumn release
Gene Simmons has revealed several song titles for Kiss‘ first studio album in 11 years.
The band recently announced they had finished recording the currently-untitled follow-up to 1998’s ‘Psycho Circus’, but now say it will feature songs including ‘Russian Roulette’, ‘Modern Day Delilah’ and ‘Stand’.
The album was produced by Paul Stanley, and Simmons promised it will have “no strings, no keyboards, no synths, no tambourines, no nothing – just meat and potatoes”, reports CTV.CA.
The album is expected to be released in the autumn, with the band set to hit the road in North America at the end of the summer.