Vlaze.com conducted a short interview with rock legend Alice Cooper at the NME Awards USA, which were held April 23, 2008 at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles. Watch the clip below.
Alice Cooper recently told Mitchell Peters of Billboard.biz that his forthcoming studio album, "Along Came A Spider", is about 75% complete. "It's a real 'Alice' album," he said, noting that the set could see an August release date. "Conceptually, it's going to be pretty interesting."
Cooper wouldn't reveal too many details, but says the album is based on a fictional serial killer named Spider, who wraps his victims in a silk web. "Every song is sort of a letter to the police," he explains. "They think they're investigating it from the outside, but he's actually woven them into the whole thing."
Cooper has international tour dates booked from July through October. For the "Along Came A Spider Tour", which will most likely begin in 2009, Cooper says he plans to model each show after an old radio drama, like "The Shadow".
Read more at Billboard.biz.
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