Details on Alice Cooper Guitar released!

Telltale crimson drops bespatter a snow-white palette, and from deep within a piercing gaze of savage intensity lashes out, an aphotic visage taking in an unholy landscape. There’s something brooding and transcendent in his aspect, an ominous man, pugnacious and sanguineous. Who is this man behind the ferocious Cimmerian stare? Who’s responsible for this truculent view of the World that’s black and white and spotted with blood? It could only be one man. It could only be the groundbreaking artist behind the seminal hits, “Killer,” “School’s Out,” ”Billion Dollar Babies,” and “Muscle of Love.” It could only be Alice Cooper.

He’s an original rock icon, a man who created his own genre. And now Alice is the inspiration for a new electric guitar from ASG. Only 50 hand-numbered ASG Alice Cooper models will be created—ever. Each instrument is finished by master craftsmen in our Fullerton shop and shipped with a certificate of authenticity. The classic axe comes with all the trimmings, from a hand-carved mahogany top, and solid mahogany body, to a rosewood fingerboard and timeless mother-of-pearl trapezoid inlays. The package is completed by a Gravedigger headstock, custom ASG Arsenal pickups and chrome ASG headstock emblem. This eye-catching, mojo machine is bound throughout and is perfect for any fan of Alice. While it’s made to rock the stage, it’s also a gorgeous tribute, finished and fit for any fan’s display. Only a limited amount of custom Alice Cooper guitars by ASG will produced, and you’re bound to love it to death—don’t miss out!

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Listen To Alice Cooper's Version of Eleanor Rigby from Upcoming McCartney Album


mccartneyThe star-packed Paul McCartney tribute album, The Art of McCartney, won’t be released until November 18, but you can already preview a number of tracks from the project online.  A video featuring Alice Cooper‘s full cover of The Beatles‘ “Eleanor Rigby” premiered on Monday morning exclusively at, while several clips of other songs have been posted on the album’s official website and YouTube channel.

Alice’s version of the classic 1966 song sounds very similar to the Fab Four’s original rendition, with the shock-rocker singing mournfully while accompanied by a string section. The video includes footage of Cooper singing the tune in the studio. If you pre-order the album at The Art of McCartney‘s official website, you’ll receive a free digital download of the track. Alice also recorded a version of the McCartney solo song “Smile Away” for the project; it appears as a bonus track on the deluxe edition of the album.

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A preview of Alice Cooper’s Eleanor Rigby below!

Alice Cooper Solo Tour Dates Beginning To Sell Out

ALICE-COOPERAlice Cooper’s upcoming solo dates, mixed in during breaks from his special guest spot on the Motley Crue ”All Bad Things Must Come To An End” Tour, have begun to sell out, leading to a surge in demand.

Cooper’s show on the Motley tour has been overwhelmingly well received and is clearly a highlight of the dates for both Cooper and Motley fans.  These solo dates promise to quench the thirst of fans who are eager to see Alice’s full stage production, which is cut short on the Motley dates.

A full list of Alice Cooper solo dates are below!

Friday, October 17th

Montgomery, AL

Montgomery PAC



Saturday, October 18th

Macon, Ga

Macon Arena



Thursday, October 30th

Rama, ON

Casino Rama



Friday, October 31st

Kitchener, ON

TICKETS - Sold Out


Sunday, November 2nd

Hammond, IN

The Venue at Horseshow Casino



Monday, November 3rd

Lima, OH

Lima Civic Center



Sunday, November 23rd

Tacoma, WA

Emerald Queen Casino



Tuesday, November 25th

Stockton, CA

Bob Hope Theatre



Wednesday, November 26th

Las Vegas, NV

The Pearl at The Palms



Friday, November 28th

Valley Center, CA

Harrah’s Rincon

Alice Cooper announces New Stockton, CA show!

Bob Hope Theatre
Stockton, CA
*Pre-sale tickets onsale:
Wed. 9/17 @ 10am – 9/18 @ 10pm
Public onsale: 9/19
Pre-sale password: SICKTHINGS
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REVIEW | Alice cooper #1 Comic – Return Of The Nightmare King


Alice Cooper has always been called a Rock God and the King of Nightmares. This issue expands on that and takes us on a ride through what being the Nightmare King is. He has always been known for controversy, he was one of the originators of shock rock and was even called demonic. This comic takes all that Cooper has been accused of and says “what if it’s true?” what if he is demonic and the King of Nightmares? Has Alice Cooper made a deal with the devil, or at least a demon? This issue starts to to travel down this road of thought but only gives us a small glimpse of what is to come.

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Alice Cooper Dynamite Comic released today!

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The X-Files’ Joe Harris takes on The Prince of Darkness – Alice Cooper in his FIRST ongoing comic series! Rock n’ roll legend Alice Cooper was never a stranger to the mystic and the macabre. His stage shows were the stuff of legend, featuring snakes and pyrotechnics and the invocation of dark themes and darker forces. But while he was a legend in the waking world, few knew his role as The Lord of Nightmares beyond it, where he watched over us while we dreamed, and delivered horrors unto the deserving. Only someone took it all away from him, cast him out of his realm and locked him away… until now. And if he’s going to reclaim his dark throne, he’s going to need all the help he can get!

Rating: Teen +
Covers: David Mack
Writer: Joe Harris
Art: Eman Casallos
Genre: Horror
Publication Date: Sep 2014
Format: Comic Book
Page Count: 32 pages
UPC: 725130220462 01011
ON SALE DATE: September 3