KISS' Paul Stanley says while he enjoyed the Rock Hall induction, there was no way he'd play with Ace Frehley and Peter Criss again.
KISS' Paul Stanley reveals that the band's 'farewell tour' came about due to an increasingly bad work situation with Ace Frehley and Peter Criss.
Gene Simmons is out promoting his new book 'Me, Inc: Build an Army of One, Unleash Your Inner Rock God, Win In Life and Business' and the Kiss icon is once again ruffling feathers.
Gene Simmons revealed in a new interview that there's "not a chance" the band would ever reconsider reuniting with Ace Frehley or Peter Criss again.
KISS frontman Paul Stanley has once again called out the work ethic of former members Peter Criss and Ace Frehley.
KISS' Paul Stanley has stirred up a hornets nest with his upcoming memoir, 'Face the Music: A Life Exposed.' One of the passages that has made headlines recently is where he makes accusations of anti-Semitic behavior by the band's former members Ace Frehley and Peter Criss. Stanley and fellow Kiss member Gene Simmons are Jewish.
The turmoil between past and current members of KISS has hit a new peak once again. Just days before the extended KISS family will reportedly share a table at the 2014 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony, guitarist / vocalist Paul Stanley has stated, among other things, that classic members Ace Frehley and Peter Criss "don't belong in the band. And they don't belong in a position to represent the band."
The KISS drama continues as Paul Stanley's long-awaited autobiography, 'Face the Music: A Life Exposed,' which hits shelves on April 8, reportedly contains some serious accusations towards former KISS members Ace Frehley and Peter Criss. According to Stanley, he believes the two are anti-Semitic, drawing from "years and years of interactions" as proof.
Though KISS have cranked out their fair share of hard rocking anthems over the years, the band's 1976 ballad 'Beth' remains the highest charting song of their career. Drummer Peter Criss is often credited with the songwriting for the track, but he and Paul Stanley have different accounts as to how the track came about.