Juan Destroyer of MariskalRock.com conducted an interview with KISS guitarist Tommy Thayer on June 22 in Madrid, Spain. You can now watch the chat below.
Asked if there is a chance that KISS will make another studio album in the not-too-distant future, Thayer responded: “I hope so. But I can tell you that nothing’s planned. But it doesn’t necessarily mean that we won’t do one either. I know that you’ve heard different things from different people. And, hey, people can change their minds and come up with… they have a different outlook next week or another month. So things can change. And if it is decided to do another record, suddenly we can be in the studio within a month doing a record. But [there are] no plans right now. But I wouldn’t say it’s completely out of the question.”
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