The veterans are amidst their "End of the Road" farewell trek, which is expected to last three years, and the bassist isn't looking forward to the last gig.
"On the pragmatic level, this tour is a victory lap," Simmons told London's Evening Standard. "You're proud of what you've done. More gold records than any American band. You go to Graceland and there's a Kiss exhibit. Yeah, that's right. You go to the Hollywood Walk of Fame and there's the Kiss star. But I know on the very last show I'm going to cry like a young girl."
But Gene isn't so sure he'll miss the outfit and the make-up he has to don for concerts: "On the day that Superman decides to stop guarding the earth, he's still Superman underneath, but will he miss that outfit? I don't know."
The final date of the tour has yet to be announced.