Ace Frehley Attacks Gene Simmons & Paul Stanley: “They Are Humiliating Me”

Former Kiss guitarist Ace Frehley insulted Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley in a recent interview with Guitar World when talking about his upcoming solo album “10,000 Volts”:

“Paul (Stanley) and Gene (Simmons) have tried to destroy my reputation over the years, we know that. And unfortunately for them, ‘10,000 Volts’ is going to make them look like imbeciles.”

“Kiss hasn’t put out a record since 2012, and here I am, 17 years sober, and it’s my sixth record since leaving Kiss. I keep chugging along, and nobody can stop me. Creating amazing music is the best way to combat someone putting you down. That’s how I shut them up.”

In a recent interview, Ace Frehley discussed his 1978 solo album in detail with Ultimate Guitar. He said:

“What makes that album really special is I was in a certain mindset. I remember having a meeting with the guys in the band and businessmen and management, there were about twelve of us around a table, and this was before we were going to go off and do our own albums.”

I remember Paul and Gene made a statement to me in front of everybody that was kind of a dig. They said, ‘Oh Ace, by the wa, if you need any help on your record, don’t hesitate to call us.’ In the back of my mind, I’m saying, ‘I don’t need their help.’”



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