Dave Grohl may need to clear his schedule for a collaboration with yet another rock legend.
KISS‘ Paul Stanley tells Consequence.net that he’d be interested in working with the Foo Fighters frontman.
“At some point, I’m sure we’ll do something,” Stanley says. “We’ll make some noise together. That’s what makes music so fun.”
The two did previously jam together at Grohl’s birthday party concert in 2015. Grohl, meanwhile, just released a cover of KISS’ “Rock and Roll All Nite” last year alongside producer Greg Kurstin for their Hanukkah Sessions series.
Previous Grohl collaborators include Mick Jagger, Paul McCartney, Motörhead‘s Lemmy and Led Zeppelin‘s John Paul Jones.
Currently, Grohl is preparing for the premiere of the new Foo Fighters movie Studio 666, which hits theaters February 25. He’s also been working on recording a metal album under the moniker Dream Widow, a fictional band from the film.
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