Gene Simmons is reportedly writing songs and has hinted that his music could potentially be a song for Kiss and that it could be a start of a new album for the group.
In a report by Loud Wire , the 66-year-old musician revealed in an interview that he suspects a new album from Kiss will come out soon and that his bandmate Paul Stanley might also consider the songs he made for the group.
“Paul may think there’s not going to be another record; I suspect there will be,” Simmons said. “We never force the issue. There is no one to answer to except our own gut. I recently wrote a song called ‘Your Wish is My Command’ and it feels like KISS. It came out pretty easy. When there’s enough material, we’ll look at each other and say, ‘You wanna?'”
Furthermore, Stanley confirmed in a different interview, as reported by Team Rock that a new Kiss album could potentially build up, as they would have a different purpose on putting together the band back without following a contract, like they used to do.
“There has to be a purpose to us doing an album,” the KISS frontman said. “There was a time when we did albums because the contracts said so. But I only want to work now when it’s justified. Sonic Boom was an album that was very much needed to be done and Monster just felt like, ‘Well, we did Sonic Boom – let’s see where we go from here.'”
“Having accomplished that, I feel we can move forward without new music. There are enough things going on in KISS that right now it doesn’t feel utterly necessary to make a new album.”
Although there are no official words if the band would indeed create a new record but fans hope that the group would come up with one in the next year.