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“CNN is so much more shocking than Rob Zombie or Marilyn Manson or Alice Cooper.”
His central policies include a ban on selfies and getting Brian Johnson back in AC/DC
“Every time I talked to Orianthi she’d be on the phone and say, ‘It’s Prince again.'”
Yeezy is probably about to feel the wrath of the rock world.
This is going to be huge.
The Hollywood Vampires rock supergroup formed by Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry has used its two debut shows at Hollywood’s Roxy Theatre to team up with the likes of Marilyn Manson, Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello, Black Sabbath’s Geezer Butler, Perry Farrell from Jane’s Addiction and even pop singer Ke$ha. As Loudwire
The all-star Hollywood Vampires project has been seemingly teased forever but now we finally have the first official single from the outfit, featuring Johnny Depp and Alice Cooper. The track, which acts as the album’s first single, is a cover of The Who’s My Generation and features Bruce Witkin on bass and Ringo Starr’s son
The official roll call for the new Hollywood Vampires album does not, ahem, suck. Sir Paul McCartney, Johnny Depp, Slash and more will feature on the debut album from the Alice Cooper-led supergroup. The all-star project, which was kickstarted by Cooper, Depp and Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry, was originally formed as a tribute to the
Alice Cooper has sort-of backflipped on those mean comments he made about Mumford & Sons that one time, in which he labelled them an offence to rock n’ roll. Two years ago, the shock rocker lambasted the waistcoat-wearing banjo fiddlers and similar-sounding act The Lumineers for being continuously referenced as “rock” bands. Though his words
Smokin’ Mirrors are swimming with sharks on an arena stage. They’re little fish in a big pond. Basically, take your aquatically-themed metaphor of choice and apply it to their situation. It’s certainly not something that was lost on them – nor was it an opportunity they intended to waste. The Sydney natives brought their A-game in the
Mötley Crüe are synonymous with debauchery and excess. On the first of two Melbourne stops of their Final Tour down under they lived up to that reputation with an over-the-top display of hair-metal showmanship that had a sold-out Rod Laver Arena Shouting at the Devil well into the night. Special guest Alice Cooper opened proceedings
Alice Cooper may be chilling in the heat of the Arizona Desert when he sits down to chat with Music Feeds, but he’s definitely got Australia on the brain. Soon after a heartfelt hello, the rock veteran likens the Phoenix climate to being a bit like Brisbane all year round. Cooper is, of course, getting
Mere weeks before he’s due to tour Australia alongside Mötley Crüe for the Down Under leg of their final-ever world tour, Godfather of shock rock Alice Cooper has shed more light on his next musical release. Cooper says the album collaboration he’s been cooking up with supergroup The Hollywood Vampires, which we already know features
Due to overwhelming demand, Mötley Crüe‘s last-ever world tour, The Final Tour, now has a second and final Melbourne date. The performance, which will be the Crüe’s final Melbourne show EVER, will take place at Rod Laver Arena on Wednesday, 13th May. Australian fans will have the chance to see Mötley Crüe perform their final
Alice Cooper is good mates with Gene Simmons, but that doesn’t mean he shares his views about rock and roll. You may recall one of the numerous internet firestorms sparked by the KISS bassist last year after he labelled rock music “dead”. Now, in an interview with Music Feeds, Cooper assumed a position firmly on