Kiss frontman Paul Stanley is convinced the veteran rockers will never "grow tired" of playing the same old songs - because it would be "disrespectful" to their fans to retire their classic hits.
The Love Gun hitmakers formed in 1972 and have sold over 85 million albums worldwide throughout their longrunning career.
The band recently announced they are heading back to the studio to record their first new material in ten years.
But singer Stanley is adamant that they are are not going to focus all their efforts on the new record - insisting they will still reward their legions of fans by filling their live shows with old favourites.
He says, "Playing a lot of classic songs has really just whetted our appetite to go in the studio and transfer that, that same feeling and ferocity into new material. I would never, ever grow tired of those songs. The songs have made me both incredibly satisfied and rich and made a lot of other people very, very happy. It would be a show of disrespect - and maybe not deserving - to grow tired of something that's meant that much."