HANOI ROCKS Guitarist Meets 'Childhood Hero' ALICE COOPER
According to a posting on HANOI ROCKS guitarist Conny Bloom's official web site, "Conny's back in Stockholm [Sweden] after the last finnish HANOI ROCKS dates, one of them being support to Conny's childhood hero, ALICE COOPER. The king of horror rock himself compared HANOI ROCKS to THE ROLLING STONES in the Finnish newspapers and was, according to Conny, 'as cool as you'd wish all your heroes would be.'"
HANOI ROCKS' latest album, "Another Hostile Takeover", was released in Finland on March 30 via Major Leidén Productions.
"Another Hostile Takeover" is the group's first album to feature Bloom (SILVERGINGER 5, ex-ELECTRIC BOYS), who joined the band last year.
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