ALICE COOPER Launches 'Paranormal' Photo App

ALICE COOPER Launches 'Paranormal' Photo App

A new Alice Cooper "Paranormal" photo app, where you can insert yourself on to the album cover, can be found at this location.

"Paranormal" will be released on July 28 via earMUSIC. The disc features two songs written and recorded with the original members of the ALICE COOPER band and also has guest appearances by ZZ TOP guitarist Billy Gibbons, U2 drummer Larry Mullen and Roger Glover of DEEP PURPLE. There will also be a limited run of blood-red vinyl available at indie retailers across the country.

"My definition of paranormal is something that is 'other than normal' or 'alongside of normal,'" said Cooper. "You could say my whole career has been that. I would look at what was normal and step left of it. That's what gets people's attention. They'd listen to our music and see our show and say, 'That's so strange...oh yeah, that's so Alice."

In keeping with his passion for the unexpected, the singer decided to steer clear of writing another concept album like 2011's "Welcome 2 My Nightmare", and focused on creating an explosive collection of unforgettable standalone songs.

"Bob Ezrin and I wanted to break the mold," said Alice. "I said, let's get 20 different ideas from 20 different places, put our spin on them, and go with whatever turns out the best."

In addition to the 12 new tracks on "Paranormal", the singer has included a bonus disc of his current band playing killer live versions of some of his greatest hits, such as "No More Mr. Nice Guy", "Billion Dollar Babies" and "School's Out".

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