September 30, 2003

KISS drummer Peter Criss has admitted in a recent interview with Rocky Mountain News that he wishes for the return of original guitarist Ace Frehley.

"I've got a knot in my gut at times for Gene (Simmons) and Paul (Stanley)," Criss explained. "And I miss Ace. I really do. I wish he was up here. But there are times I want to kill him. It's definitely a love/hate relationship. When we're not on the road we don't even talk to each other. We have nothing in common, really. Yet when the war paint is on and we step on the stage, the magic is there."

Besides, he adds: "I refuse to do a bad show just because I want to shoot Gene in the back of the head."

In other news, Getty Images has posted photos of KISS' performance at the Tweeter Center in Chicago last Friday (September 26). Check them out here.

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