GENE SIMMONS To Release 100-Song Box Set, KISS To Add More New Songs To Live Set

March 30, 2004

According to, KISS bassist/vocalist Gene Simmons announced on Swedish TV that he will be releasing a 100-song box set of previously unreleased solo recordings next year. In addition, Simmons revealed that KISS "would like to bring more new songs to [their live] set," adding that "we will start rehearsing [for the upcoming [Australian/Japanese tours] next week." He also mentioned that Paul Stanley has just started writing material for his solo album, which he expects to be released sometime after the tour. Watch videos of Gene during his promotional trip to Sweden: Aftonbladet (Quicktime),TV4 (Real One).

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