Alice Cooper has released an official video for his new track, ‘I’ll Bite Your Face Off’, which can be seen below.
The song comes from Cooper’s forthcoming album, ‘Welcome 2 My Nightmare’. The album is the legendary showman’s 26th studio release, his first since 2008’s ‘Along Came A Spider’.
The new album is a sequel to Alice’s 1975 masterpiece ‘Welcome To My Nightmare’ and picks up where the previous story ended. Other links with that point in Cooper’s career include extensive appearances from guitarist Steve Hunter, who worked on the original 1975 album and the often derided ‘Alice Cooper Goes To Hell’, released the following year.
Three songs on the new album also reunite members of the original Alice Cooper band: Neal Smith (drums), Dennis Dunaway (bass) and guitarist Michael Bruce, who collectively last played with Cooper in 1974. Pop singer Ke$hia also makes a guest appearance.
Song writing collaborators include Bob Ezrin, Buckcherry’s Keith Nelson, 70s Cooper cohort Dick Wagner (who co-wrote many songs on 1975’s ‘Welcome To My Nightmare’ and Desmond Child – the man responsible for Alice Cooper’s big comeback in the late 80s.
Overseeing the whole project is legendary producer Bob Ezrin, producer of the original ‘Nightmare’, and producer of Cooper’s sorely underrated ‘DaDa’ record from 1983.
‘Welcome 2 My Nightmare’ is released on September 13th.