Alice Cooper announces new album ‘Paranormal’

The 69 year old Shock-Horror rock star has announced he’ll be releasing his new album ‘Paranormal’ this coming July. It’s been 6 years since 2011’s ‘Welcome 2 My Nightmare’ and is the first record he’s released since signing with earMusic. Compiled with Cooper’s long time collaborator, Bob Ezrin who has worked with Lour Reed, Kiss and Pink Floyd. With collaborators including special guest appearances from U2’s Larry Mullen Jr., ZZ tops Billy Gibbons, and Deep Purple’s Roger Glover this album is going to bring something new to stage.

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This will be Cooper’s 27th Studio Album, recorded in Nashville and will be a follow up from ‘Welcome 2 My Nightmare,’ which saw Cooper tour with a special Halloween show. Alice Cooper’s shows have always had a theatrical flare to them with Duelling swords, Guillotines, electric chairs and Snakes, and we can’t see the extensive world tour following the release of ‘Paranormal’ being any different.

It’s been 5 years since Alice Cooper have played in the UK, with dates set for Leeds, Glasgow, Birmingham, Manchester and London.

UK Tour Dates:

11/11/17 Leeds – FIRST DIRECT ARENA (UK)
12/11/17 Glasgow – THE SSE HYDRO (UK)
14/11/17 Birmingham – BARCLAYCARD ARENA (UK)
15/11/17 Manchester – Manchester Arena (UK)
16/11/17 London – SSE Arena at Wembley (UK