KISS co-founder and frontman Paul Stanley was the latest interview guest of The Pit’s ‘MoshTalks Cover Stories,’ and talked about the band’s ‘End of the Road World Tour‘ as well as if there is any possibility of releasing new material after the tour.

As you might already remember, KISS’ next and last tour began on January 31, 2019, and it was meant to be finished in 2020. However, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the band had to postpone most of the shows to 2021. According to the latest announcement of the band, the final show of the tour will be made on June 10, 2022, in Leicestershire, England.

In his latest interview with The Pit’s Beez last week and was asked whether they have any plans on recording something new. Just like he did many times before, the co-founder of the band stated once again that KISS will quit once and for all, and they have no plans for the post ‘End of the Road World Tour’ period.

Here is what Paul said:

“Yeah, for me, it’s a celebration of everything we’ve done, and it’s not a funeral at all. It’s this amazing time where we can spend an evening with this huge multi-generational group and know it’s the last.

And we can reminisce, but also we can put on a show that pretty much solidifies and justifies why they’ve been with us. So this show – I think it’s phenomenal, the setlist is great, and will I be sad when it’s over? Sure, but every night of this is… I hate the word ‘bittersweet’ because it’s really not, every night is a joy.

It’s us being up there taking a victory lap, it’s us with a fist up high, running around, we won, and we won, and you won.”

You can watch the interview right below.

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