Former Kiss guitarist, Ace Frehley, had a recent conversation with Nuvo where he discussed his ambition to make the best album so far while mentioning his solo upcoming album.
About this, Frehley said:
“It’s probably the best record I’ve ever done. I’m very excited about it. It’s the first time I ended up writing most of these songs with a good friend of mine, Steve Brown.
”He used to play in Trixter and has a group called Rubix Kube.”
Frehley mentioned that he initially planned to name the album ‘Walking on the Moon’ but changed it after recording ‘10,000 Volts.’ The album also includes another prominent musician, Anton Fig, who worked with KISS on their ‘Dynasty’ and ‘Unmasked’ albums. Talking about Fig’s involvement and his experience working with Brown, the rocker continued:
“I got Anton Fig, my old drummer, who played on my original ’78 solo album and most of my solo stuff, to play drums on that. So, working with Steve has made a huge difference in my playing and writing because when he and I put our heads together, it just clicks. If I’m at a loss for a chord or a verse or a line, he comes up with it and vice versa, and within three or four hours, we write a song.”