Hey, Kiss fans! Have the memoirs from Gene Simmons, Peter Criss, and Ace Frehley (not to mention the band's official biography) left you kraving more Kisstory? Good news: Simmons and Paul Stanley are writing yet another book.

The new tome, titled 'Nothin' to Lose: The Making of Kiss (1972-75),' is due out on August 20, and will find the duo working with co-author Ken Sharp to compile an oral history of the band's early years. According to the press release announcing the book, "the 544-page hardcover draws on more than 200 interviews, offering a captivating and intimate fly-on-the-wall account of their launch, charting the struggles and ultimate victories that led them to the threshold of superstardom."

The release, which goes on to promise "an indelible and irresistible portrait of a band on the rise and the music scene they changed forever," also includes an undeniably impressive list of interviewees such as Ted Nugent, Alice Cooper, Bob Seger, and members of Aerosmith, Black Sabbath, and Rush.

It all adds up to an awful lot of literary activity -- particularly for Stanley, who recently announced that he's working on an autobiography of his own. As he put it in an equally funny and cocky statement, "with the three other guys from the original lineup having written books, it’s kind of like, ‘OK, have you all said your piece? OK? Now let me tell you what happened.'"