Rock'n'Roll Universe has an all new and lengthy Michael Bruce interview online. Very interesting stuff.
MoviesOnline is reporting that Alice will be providing a song for the new Vampire movie "BoodRayne" next year. You can find out more about this movie (based on a cool video game) here. Whether this will be a new song or just reusing an already released one is unclear. The movie is set for a US release on the 6th of January.
Dennis Dunaway and Neal Smith can be found on a new compilation album called 'The Morgue The Merrier' playing on a song called 'The Ghost of Brian Jones' by the one and only Richie Scarlett. The song was originally featured on Richie's 'Insanity Of Life' CD which is HIGHLY recommended. There's also a release party in New York on November 19th at the Pyramid Club 101 Avenue A. Check the press release:
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19, 2005 at the PYRAMID CLUB 101 AVENUE A
Starring Tripwave, The Subway Surfers, Ugly Friend, The Scared Stiffs, Spooky Pane and the Migraines & Stark
Hosted by satellite radio DJ Chris T.!!! Also debuting that night will be The Pyrate Sisters All-Gal Sideshow, featuring A.V. Phibes, a.k.a., Vulnavia Queen of Nails; the fire-eating burlesque cutie, Molly Crabapple; andhuman blockhead/raconteur, Ilise "The Lady Aye" Carter, the "Sisters" will amuse and enthrall audiences with their unique circus skills and feminine wiles. Plus there will be CD and t-shirt giveaways, drink specials and more!
If you've never been there, the Pyramid Club "it's older than you are, and has gone through as many personalities. Punk rockers, Goth betties and queers of every feather worship weekly at this temple of iniquity, which moonlights as an Off-Off-Broadway venue when it feels like being theatrical. (The Donkey Show cavorted here before finding a permanent home at El Flamingo.) The bar up front is serviceable, and if you're lucky, hotties will be dancing around your rocks glass. In the back, there's a small dancefloor and a stage that's seen everything from They Might Be Giants (at their beginning) to GG Allin (at his end). If you're feeling adventurous, the shadowy downstairs area hides a multitude of sins, mostly of the carnally curious variety. -Peter Landau" The Pyramid is located at 101 Avenue A
(East Village) between 6th and 7th Streets. 212-473-7184 (Subway Stops F, V to Second Ave.; 6 to Astor Pl., L to First Ave.)
Arizona Republic has a short story about Alice in a charitable mood when when he's not at home.
The latest issue of MetalEdge (US) apparently has a two page Alice Cooper feature entitled 'Killing Paris'.
Alice will be hosting the 'Top 20 Rock Deaths' on KerrangTV this coming Friday night at 10pm. You can find it on Sky channel 454.