KISS singer and songwriter Paul Stanley made an exclusive interview with Finnish KaaosZine (KaoosTV) and revealed his real thoughts about KISS’ farewell tour which may be the last stage on the cities they visit.

Paul admitted honestly that he doesn’t feel anything bad about it. Rather than, he revealed that he feels confident about what they did in the past.

Here is what he said:

“How should I put it? I’m not sad, and I’m not nostalgic, really. I love everything I’ve done, but I also love everything I’m doing. I don’t yearn for the past. I love the past, and coming to Helsinki [to play Rockfest], I want to think, ‘Well, why won’t I be back?’ There’s no reason I [won’t be].

I don’t need to bring 150 people with me to be able to come to Helsinki. The tour is amazing in that we get to spend an evening with people, some who have been with us for decades, and some who have been with us for days, but I think it’s a victory lap. We get to go around the world with our fist up in the air, proud of what we’ve accomplished with these great people.”

KISS icon also revealed if he or his bandmates think to make a movie like Mötley Crüe’s The Dirt or Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody.

Paul didn’t close the door for a possible KISS movie or a biographical.

Here is his statement:

“I can’t speak to anything that has been out, because I haven’t seen anything, but we’ve had offers for years and years. My philosophy is, you get one chance to do something right, the right way, and until I’m really convinced that it’s going to be [good] and accurate, I wait.

If now there is a bandwagon of people who [say], ‘Oh, let’s make a movie about this band or that band,’ it’s not new to us. We just haven’t wanted to do it because it hasn’t felt right.”

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