A note to those KISS fans who set their DVRs to record Paul Stanley's scheduled appearance tomorrow night (Jan. 11) on ABC's 'Nightline': The segment has been moved, and the legendary singer and guitarist will instead appear on the show this evening (Jan. 10).

According to Bravewords.com, Stanley will discuss the vocal surgery he underwent back in October to "tweak" blood vessels in his throat.

The procedure hasn't stopped Stanley from working on KISS's forthcoming 20th studio album, 'Monster,' a collection he's producing as well as playing on.

"The band's all there, all the time, and we cut the tracks all facing each other in the same room," he recently told the magazine Classic Rock, according to a post at KissOnline.com. "Chemistry and camaraderie, that's essential. That's what made [2009's] 'Sonic Boom' so great, and this album is thunderously better."

As fans await 'Monster,' they've got something else to look forward to: the 35th anniversary edition of 'Destroyer,' due out Feb. 27. As BraveWords.com reports, the two-disc set will include outtakes and other goodies, and as if that weren't enough, the band is reportedly planning to hit the road this summer with Motley Crue.

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