KISS Release Tracklisting & Artwork for 'Monster'
The Paul Stanley produced, 'Monster' will be released on October
15th in the UK and October 16th in the US and will feature a total
of 13 tracks which include recent single 'Hell Or Hallejulah.'
Bassist Gene Simmons said of the album that Kiss are "going
where no bands have gone before" and gave praise to the band's
newer members Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer for their "work
He said of 'Monster': "There are no symphony orchestras, boy
choirs, keyboards, outside producers or songwriters on this album.
The best thing we did was to turn inwards to ourselves."
He continued: "Tommy and Eric have revitalised this band with a
work ethic and the talent to back it up. This is a real band
effort. Kiss has become a behemoth. We're going where no bands have
Simmons believes 'Monster' to be "one of the best or the at
least the top three albums" the band have ever produced. Similar to
that of 2009's 'Sonic Boom' LP, Kiss kept the 13 track 'Monster'
"It's just guitar and drums, nothing else," said Simmons.
KISS are expected to return to the UK for a full tour in the
coming months in support of the new album.
The tracklisting for 'Monster' is as follows:
'Hell Or Hallelujah'
'Wall Of Sound'
'Back To The Stone Age'
'Long Way Down'
'Eat Your Heart Out'
'The Devil Is Me'
'Outta This World'
'All For The Love Of Rock & Roll'
'Take Me Down Below'
'Right Here Right Now'
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