KISS frontman Paul Stanley released his new book Backstage Pass and revealed lots of information about his relationship with his former band members Ace Frehley and Peter Criss.

In the book, Paul claimed that legendary KISS member Ace Frehley has a bad attitude that prevents him to enjoy life.

However, Paul also admitted that it’s nice to have Ace in his life:

“It’s nice to have Frehley back in a larger capacity in my life due to the shared magic of history.”

He also made comments about drummer Peter Criss:

“Peter, unfortunately, is a different story. I don’t think Peter has any life. He seems consumed by some kind of reality that his wife tells him. He’s always been negative and always maintained an us-against-them mentality. I don’t want that in my life.

It’s not about having differences, because I’m sure Ace and I have differences. It’s Peter’s overall sense of anger and resentment and feeling like a victim. He needs to acknowledge his participation and then change things. I think Peter’s life is probably very one-dimensional, uninteresting, un-stimulating — which is a result of seeing the world negatively and seeing everyone from the band members to the hotel service people as disrespectful.”

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