KISS guitarist Ace Frehley has announced details of his latest solo album, Spaceman.
The album marks the eighth studio album released by Frehley during his solo career and is set to be available to fans the world over this October. The guitarist previewed the record back in April with the release of new track ‘Bronx Boy’, and has added to the anticipation by sharing the latest song from the record, ‘Rockin’ With The Boys’.
Frehley wrote his new single in the ‘70s—the prime-time glory days of KISS. The track details life on the road, and it’s fairly safe to assume “the boys” refers to his KISS bandmates.
As an extra bonus for fans, the album’s opening track—‘Without You I’m Nothing’—was co-written by none other than Gene Simmons. The timing is fitting for Aussie fans as Frehley prepares to reunite with Simmons for an Australian tour this month.
Spaceman features eight original songs, plus a cover of Eddie Money’s ‘I Wanna Go Back’. Check out the full tracklist below:
- ‘Without You I'm Nothing’
- ‘Rockin' With the Boys’
- ‘Your Wish Is My Command’
- ‘Bronx Boy’
- ‘Pursuit of Rock and Roll’
- ‘I Wanna Go Back’
- ‘Mission to Mars’
- ‘Off My Back’
- ‘Quantum Flux’
Spaceman is due for release on Friday October 19.
Feature image via Jay Gilbert.