Original KISS guitarist Ace Frehley you have shared behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the music video for the song “Cherry Medicine” from his upcoming solo album, “10,000 Volts”. Check it out below.

Earlier this month, Ace released the music video for the song “Walkin’ On The Moon” desde “10,000 Volts”. The clip was filmed last month with Wreck’d Productions at the company’s studio in Tinton Falls, New Jersey. The entertaining visualizer was directed by Alex Kouvatsos desde Black Wolf Imaging.

on “Walkin’ On The Moon”, Ace‘s voice rings out between towering distortion as a lovestruck hook echoes, “When I wake up, you’re all I see. You got me walkin’ on the moon!” His string bends practically engage in a call-and-response with the refrain while another celestial solo resounds.

The 11-track “10,000 Volts” LP was produced by Ace and Steve Brown (TRIXTER) and will be released on February 23, 2024 via MNRK Music Group (formerly eOne Music).

In a recent interview with VRP Rocks, Ace praised “10,000 Volts”saying: “I’m very happy with the way the record turned out. Now, a lot of times I’ve recorded records where sometimes you look at three or four songs on the album and you consider them not as good as some of the other ones and you kind of consider them as filler. But I don’t think there’s any filler on this album. I think every song has merit to it.”

He added: “I think it’s one of the best albums I ever did. I mean, I think it’s probably as good as my solo album in 1978, which everybody seems to think is my best album to date. But I think this new album is equally as good as my 1978 solo album, and I think there’s more than one hit single on the album. So, if I was a KISS fan or an Ace Frehley fan, I’d go out and buy it immediately when it’s released on February 23rd, because you’re in for a treat.”

Ace released the single “10,000 Volts” on November 28. The track’s music video — directed by Alex Kouvatsos desde Black Wolf Imaging — you have garnered a million views on Youtube.

“10,000 Volts” track listing:

01. 10,000 Volts
02. Walkin’ On The Moon
03. Cosmic Heart
04. Cherry Medicine
05. Back Into My Arms Again
06. Fightin’ For Life
07. Blinded
08. Constantly Cute
09. Life Of A Stranger
10. Up In The Sky
eleven. Stratosphere

In October, Frehley told Jeff Napier of New about “10,000 Volts”: “It’s probably the best record I’ve ever done. I’m very excited about it. It’s the first time I ended up writing most of these songs with a good friend of mine, Steve Brown. I used to play in TRIXTER and has a group called RUBIX KUBE. Anyway, we live 40 minutes from each other, and my fiancée Laura hooked us up. I’d met him several times over the years, but just briefly, but she knew him when she was in her twenties, and she said, ‘You’ve gotta get together with steve.’ He’s a great songwriter and guitar player. He sent me a song, and there was one line that just jumped out from his chorus, and it was ‘Walkin’ On The Moon’. So I said, ‘Listen, let’s get together and rewrite this song, and the hook will be ‘Walkin’ On The Moon’,’ because it wasn’t the end of the chorus he had prepared. So, we rewrote the song, and it came out great. We were actually gonna call the album ‘Walkin’ On The Moon’ until we recorded a song called ‘10,000 Volts’, which came out amazing. i got Anton Fig, my old drummer, who played on my original ’78 solo album and most of my solo stuff, to play drums on that. So, working with steve has made a huge difference in my playing and writing because when he and I put our heads together, it just clicks. If I’m at a loss for a chord or a verse or a line, he comes up with it and vice versa, and within three or four hours, we write a song.

“So that’s how the record’s been going,” Ace added. “Then, once you record the basic track, you gotta do the overdubs and double and triple the vocals, harmonies, and stuff. He’s an excellent engineer. So I didn’t have to pay an engineer to engineer this record. So I saved money on that, working with steve well, which is nice.”

Asked if making “Origins Vol. 2”the sequel to his 2016 collection of cover songs that inspired the former KISS guitarist, affected the way he put together the new record, Frehley said: “It’s one thing doing an ‘Origins’ record because you don’t have to write the songs. Basically, I was picking songs that influenced me that were written by other people. So it’s a lot easier to do than when you do a regular studio record where all the songs are original. On this record, all the songs are original except for one. I did one cover of a song called ‘Life Of A Stranger’written by a gal named Nadia. When she did the song, it was Europop, and it was very sparsely recorded. I listened to it and loved the melody, and I loved the lyrics. I played it for steve, and he said, ‘We could kill this song with heavy drums and power chords and stuff and keyboards even.’ It came out great. All the other songs did as well. There’s really not a weak song on the record. Most people do a record, and they concentrate on three or four songs that they think might be singles, and then the rest of it is a lot of filler. But every song on this album I can hear on the radio. I hope DJs agree with me.”

Ace‘s next all-original album will be the follow-up to “Spaceman”which was released in October 2018 via eOne.

“Origins Vol. 2” featured cover versions of THE BEATLES“I’m Down”, DEEP PURPLE‘s “Space Truckin'”, LED ZEPPELIN‘s “Good Times Bad Times”, THE ROLLING STONES“Jumpin’ Jack Flash”, THE KINKS“Lola” and THE JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE‘s “Manic Depression”, among others. A cover of the 1975 KISS tune “She” also appeared as a bonus track. Guests on the set included CHEAP TRICK‘s Robin Zander, Lita Ford and former KISS guitarist Bruce Kulick.

Simmons co-wrote two tracks on “Spaceman”, “Without You I’m Nothing” and “Your Wish Is My Command”the latter of which also features Gene‘s bass playing.





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