Alice Cooper's New Nightmare Delayed

(Gibson) Alice Cooper has said his new album, Welcome 2 My Nightmare, is finished but that it won't be released until the Fall, according to Blabbermouth.net. Cooper is delaying the release of the sequel to his 1975 album, Welcome to My Nightmare, because of what he wants to do with his live show.

"Well, we have a whole big tour of big outdoor festival shows coming up and I didn't want to get that confused with that album," Cooper said at the press conference for the Revolver Golden Gods awards. "So even though the album's in the can right now ready to go, Bob's got to mix it and everything like that. I don't really want it to come out until probably next fall and then we'll be able to do the brand-new show with it."

The "Bob" Cooper referred to is producer Bob Ezrin, who is working on this album and helmed many classic records with the original Alice Cooper band. Speaking of the band, Cooper has reunited with the surviving original members (bassist Dennis Dunaway, drummer Neal Smith and guitarist Michael Bruce). All will be present for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony in March, after which they will tour with Cooper. more on this story

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