Having already said KISS will finish touring at some point, Paul Stanley says the band has no reason to record new music.
Paul says, "You could come out with 'Let it Be' and somebody will say, 'That's great. Now play 'Love Gun.'' And I get it because songs over time take on an incredible amount of, we can say gravitas or emotional meaning because they're tied to a point in your life. The audience tells you, 'Hey, when are you gonna make new music?' And then they really don't want to hear it."
The last KISS studio album was Monster in 2012.
KISS's End of the Road tour starts on January 31st in Vancouver, Canada.