With the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction looming, the crap between members is getting deeper and deeper. 

Paul Stanley is refusing to take back claims of antisemitism made by him about former KISS band mates Ace Frehley and Peter Criss.

In Paul's new memoir, Face The Music: A Life Exposed, Paul claims that Ace collected and displayed Nazi memorabilia and that Peter was an all out racist. Paul tells the New York Post that he made those observations after "years and years" of being around them and that the claims are not "pulled out of thin air". Paul also says that Ace and Peter were jealous and resentful that he and Gene were the driving creative forces behind the group and that Ace and Peter called he and Gene "money grubbing Jews". He goes on to say that Ace and Peter's songs weren't very good and that they lacked the drive, focus and ambition the he and Gene possessed. Ouch.

Paul's memoir is out in stores now and KISS is set to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame tomorrow night in New York.