KISS To Guest On 'Late Show With David Letterman'

According to's "The Late Night TV Page", legendary rockers KISS will appear on the October 10 episode of "Late Show With David Letterman" on CBS. Check your local listings for details.

According to The Pulse Of Radio, the buzz is particularly strong for KISS' upcoming studio set, "Monster", due out on October 9. The collection, which is the band's first original studio set since 2009's "Sonic Boom", is the second to feature their latest lineup of Gene Simmons on bass, Paul Stanley on rhythm guitar, Eric Singer on drums, and lead guitarist Tommy Thayer. As with "Sonic Boom", production duties were handled by Stanley and Greg Collins. Collins is best known for his mixing and engineering work for such artists as U2, NO DOUBT and RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS, among others.

Stanley told The Pulse Of Radio that he's particularly excited with the material on "Monster", if for no other reason than it captures the band in a high point in its long and storied career. "With this album, we're totally at home with who we are, what we are, out past, present, and future," he said. "And I wanted us to take any blinders off so to speak. I wanted to unleash us, and let us be exactly who we are today. There's no getting away from our past — nor would we want to — but we're pumped! We're in top form, and the best way we can put it is, I didn't want us to make and album we once made, I wanted us to make the album we never made."

KISS will next appear with MÖTLEY CRÜE on Saturday (September 29) Mexico City, Mexico.

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