Alice Cooper announces new album

Release has Ozzy Osbourne and Slash playing on it too

Alice Cooper announces new album
Alice Cooper is releasing a new album, his 25th, on July 28.

The record, called 'Along Came A Spider', sees Cooper telling the story of a cold-blooded serial killer whose name is Spider.

Cooper becomes the killer on the album and describes the character of Spider as "an arachnophobic psychopath". Watch NME.COM's video interview with Cooper about the album below.

There are also cameos from Ozzy Osbourne, who plays harmonica on a track he co-wrote with Cooper, and Slash plays guitar on the record as well.

Alice Cooper will also play the following live dates:

London O2 Arena (July 24)
Southampton Guildhall (July 25)


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