Ace Frehley's upcoming album of cover songs will hold a special treat for his long-time fans -- new takes on classic Kiss songs.

"Absolutely, I'm re-recording some Kiss tracks," Frehley tells 100% Rock Magazine. "I believe I'm going to be doing 'Parasite'; I'm not sure which other ones, you know, and some covers that I've always wanted to do that I haven't done."

'Parasite' was one of three songs written or co-written by Frehley for 1974's 'Hotter Than Hell,' though he didn't take his first lead vocal until 'Shock Me' from 1977's 'Love Gun.' Frehley also wrote 'Cold Gin,' 'Getaway' and 'Strange Ways' for Kiss, among others.

This new project, which follows Frehley's well-received 'Space Invader,' is said to include a number of featured performers, including Slash, Lita Ford and Mike McCready of Pearl Jam.

"I'm going to get a lot of different guest stars to play with me on these tracks," Frehley adds. "And it's going to be a much easier record than this last one, because I don't have to write solos, and I don't have to write lyrics because they're already set. So, that's going to be another fun record for me, and I'm looking forward to that, you know, start tracking it out in between tours and whatnot."

'Space Invader,' Frehley's first new album in five years, rose to the Billboard Top 10. Frehley's current tour is in Texas this week, with future dates planned in California.

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