Today, Theory of a Deadman unleashed their punishing new track “Savages” featuring the one and only Alice Cooper. The song is the title track off their upcoming new studio album which is due out July 29 via Roadrunner Records. In an exclusive interview with TheRockRevival.com a few weeks ago, frontman Tyler Connolly promised a slue of surprised guests on the record. He also stated that the album would be
Shep Gordon, longtime Alice Cooper manager and subject of the new Mike Myers film SuperMensch, was a guest on the 6/16 episode of The Late Show with David Letterman. Shep talked about his documentary film, what it’s like to spend your life making others famous, and what it’s like to now be in the limelight himself. Check out the video on CBS.com!
A message from Alice Cooper:
“Where were you in the early 1970′s? Los Angeles? The Sunset Strip?? You probably remember more than I do! After watching my copy of Super Duper Alice Cooper, I decided that I’d like to tell the story of The Hollywood Vampires, my drinking club that used to meet in the loft of the Rainbow Bar on Sunset Blvd. Notable members were myself, Ringo
Alice Cooper Kicks Off North American Tour With Release of “Super Duper” DVD And New Guitarist Nita Strauss Acclaimed Documentary “Super Duper Alice Cooper” Out On DVD, Blu-Ray, Deluxe, and Digital Formats Now From Eagle Rock Entertainment
New York, NY (June 12, 2014) — Following the April premiere of Super Duper Alice Cooper at the Tribeca Film Festival, and the subsequent release of the documentary on DVD, Blu-Ray, Deluxe Editions, and digital formats this month
Shep Gordon’s new documentary Supermensch: The Legend Of Shep Gordon will open this weekend in LA and New York on June 6th. Mike Myers makes his directorial debut in this hilarious and insightful look into the life of one of the entertainment world’s most influential people.
There will even be a series of Q&A’s with Mike Myers in NY and Shep Gordon himself in Los Angeles!
Alice Cooper said
The Chambers Brothers, Circa 1960′s
When I think back to the early days when we first moved to LA, I remember that the first people in LA in 1967 to really take us in were The Chambers Brothers. We ended up living in their basement eating whatever we could find while trying to make our way as one of the many struggling bands in Los Angeles.