Hollywood Vampires Perform On “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

Hollywood Vampires, the supergroup featuring core members Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp, and Joe Perry (Aerosmith), were the musical guests on last night’s (June 19) episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!.” You can see footage of them performing “I Want My Now” and a cover of David Bowie’s “Heroes” on the show below. The group’s new album “Rise” will be released on June 21.

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Hollywood Vampires To Perform On “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

Hollywood Vampires, the supergroup featuring core members Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp, and Joe Perry (Aerosmith), have announced that they will be performing on the June 19 episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!.” The group will be promoting their new album “Rise,” which will be released on June 21.

Hollywood Vampires (Alice Cooper, Etc.) Share “Rise” Album Sampler

Hollywood Vampires, the supergroup featuring core members Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp, and Joe Perry (Aerosmith), have shared a sampler featuring previews of all the songs on their new album “Rise.” That effort will be released on June 21.

Hollywood Vampires (Alice Cooper, Etc.) Premiere New Video For Their Cover Of David Bowie’s “Heroes”

Hollywood Vampires, the supergroup featuring core members Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp, and Joe Perry (Aerosmith), have premiered a new video for their cover of David Bowie’s “Heroes.” This track features Depp on lead vocals and it will appear on the band’s new album “Rise” (out June 21).

Hollywood Vampires (Alice Cooper, Etc.) Premiere “The Boogieman Surprise” Video

Hollywood Vampires, the supergroup featuring Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp, and Joe Perry (Aerosmith), have premiered a new video for their new song “The Boogieman Surprise.” This track is from the band’s new album “Rise,” which will be released on June 21.

Marilyn Manson & Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler Join Hollywood Vampires Onstage In Los Angeles, CA

Hollywood Vampires, the supergroup featuring Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp, and Joe Perry, were joined onstage by Marilyn Manson and Perry’s Aerosmith bandmate Steven Tyler during their show at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles last night (May 11). You can see footage of Manson performing Cooper’s “I’m Eighteen” and footage of Tyler performing Aerosmith’s cover of Tiny Bradshaw’s “The Train Kept A-Rollin'” with the band below:

Hollywood Vampires (Alice Cooper, Etc.) To Release New Album “Rise” In June, Premiere New Song “Who’s Laughing Now”

Hollywood Vampires, the supergroup featuring Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp, and Joe Perry (Aerosmith), have announced that their new album “Rise” will be released on June 21. You can stream the effort’s first single “Who’s Laughing Now” below:

“Rise” Track Listing:

01. “I Want My Now”
02. “Good People Are Hard to Find”
03. “Who’s Laughing Now”
04. “How the Glass Fell”
05. “The Boogieman Surprise”
06. “Welcome to Bushwackers” (feat. Jeff Beck + John Waters)
07. “The Wrong Bandage”
08. “You Can’t Put Your Arms Around a Memory” (Johnny Thunders cover)
09. “Git From Round Me”
10. “Heroes” (David Bowie cover)
11. “A Pitiful Beauty”
12. “New Threat”
13. “Mr. Spider”
14. “We Gotta Rise”
15. “People Who Died” (Jim Carroll Band cover)
16. “Congratulations”

Cooper said the following about the album:

“‘Rise’ is not only a totally different animal than the first Vampires album, it is unique to anything I’ve ever been a part of. I approached it very differently than I usually do when working on an album. Each of us; Joe, Johnny, Tommy [Henriksen], and myself have written songs on this album. What is different though is that I didn’t try to change any songs to be more ‘Alice-like.’ Because each of us has different influences, the sound of this album is very cool. I think that with this album, we are establishing what the Vampires’ sound really is, whereas with the first album, we were more tipping our hats to our fallen rock ‘n’ roll brothers.”

Perry added:

“‘Rise’ came from pure creative energy, which is just like playing live with the Vampires. The record showcases everyone doing what they do best without anyone looking over our shoulders. There was no pressure or deadlines, allowing us to write and record an album that is one of the freest and most honest sounding records I’ve been part of. I can’t wait to perform some of these tunes live for our fans.”