ALICE COOPER Completes Work On New Album

ALICE COOPER confirmed on his radio show, "Nights With Alice Cooper", on Wednesday (March 23) that he has completed work on his new solo album, "Dirty Diamonds", with producer Steve Lindsey, who has previously co-produced COOPER's "Stand" (off the "Unity" album) in addition to having worked with LEONARD COHEN, ELTON JOHN and AARON NEVILLE, among others. In addition, COOPER guitarist Ryan Roxie has confirmed that Teddy Zigzag also performs on the CD, which is the follow-up to 2003's "The Eyes of Alice Cooper".

In other news, it should be noted that while drummer Eric Singer (KISS) has apparently rejoined the ALICE COOPER band for the upcoming tour, Tommy Clufetos (COOPER's most recent skinsman) has actually recorded the album.

(Thanks: SickthingsUK)

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