Hard rock fans have been talking about it for years, but it's finally becoming a reality. Next month Alice Cooper will unleash 'Welcome 2 My Nightmare,' the long-awaited sequel to his 1975 landmark album, 'Welcome to My Nightmare.' Recorded with longtime collaborator Bob Ezrin [who produced the original multi-platinum record], the new collection picks up right where they left off, with Alice trapped in his own warped mind. The original release is an all-time rock classic that spawned a worldwide theatrical tour and pioneering U.S. TV special, and certified Alice Cooper as a visionary trailblazer whose influence persists today in rock, metal, pop, punk, theatre, television, film and much more.

Noisecreep is honored that the 2011 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee chose us to premiere the video for 'I'll Bite Your Face Off,' the first single from 'Welcome 2 My Nightmare.' Check out the video under the cut.

Watch 'I'll Bite Your Face Off' from Alice Cooper

"This is Alice's nightmare 35 years later," explains Alice, "Bob and I created this character and we know how to write for him. I play the part but we're not writing for me, we're writing for Alice. We kept the first Nightmare album very personal to us, on this one we found more humor and we were more open. This was our world and we want to present it to the fans. The original album was my first solo album after all those huge hit records with the original band and now that nightmare is exposed, this one can be a little bit more open. The music crosses all sorts of boundaries; we went where the lyrics took us."

There is an array of collaborators on the new album, including original Alice Cooper members Denis Dunaway, Michael Bruce and Neal Smith reunited on 3 tracks; global pop superstar Ke$ha, who affectionately calls Alice "dad"; and legendary Alice and Lou Reed guitarist Steve Hunter, who is part of Alice's current touring band and featured prominently on the first Nightmare album.

"I think a lot of my audience is going to go 'KE$HA!?', but she probably wrote the most wicked lyrics in the song – we had to rein her in. I like people to know that just because artists are put in a pigeon hole, that doesn't mean that's what they are. Give people a little room."

Alice Cooper's 'Welcome 2 My Nightmare' will be out on September 13th via Universal Music Enterprises. Pick up the album at this link.

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Track Listing:

1) I Am Made of You

2) Caffeine

3) The Nightmare Returns

4) A Runaway Train

5) Last Man on Earth

6) The Congregation

7) I'll Bite Your Face Off

8) Disco Bloodbath Boogie Fever

9) Ghouls Gone Wild

10) Something to Remember Me By

11) When Hell Comes Home

12) What Baby Wants

13) I Gotta Get Outta Here

14) The Underture

With Steve Hunter, one of rock's great guitarists, added to the band's lineup of guitarists Damon Johnson and Tommy Henriksen, bassist Chuck Garric, and drummer Glen Sobel, Alice has been tearing up venues worldwide on his 2011 "No More Mr. Nice Guy" tour.

Alice Cooper's Worldwide "No More Mr. Nice Guy" 2011 Tour Continues:

August 23 Scranton, PA - Cultural Center

August 25 Northampton, MA - Calvin Theatre

August 26 Buffalo, NY - Erie Canal Harbor Park

August 27 Clarkston, MI - DTE Energy Center

September 22 Auckland, New Zealand - Trusts Stadium

September 24 Brisbane, Australia - Soundwave Revolution

September 25 Sydney, Australia - Soundwave Revolution

September 26 Sydney, Australia - Enmore Theatre

September 29 Melbourne, Australia - Palais

September 30 Melbourne, Australia - Soundwave Revolution

October 1 Adelaide, Australia - Soundwave Revolution

October 3 Perth, Australia - Soundwave Revolution

October 5 Singapore Marina - Bay Grand Theatre

October 7 Jakarta, Indonesia - Venue TBA

October 12 Rome, Italy - Atlantico

October 13 Padova, Italy - Gran Teatro Rex

October 14 Milan/Bergamo, Italy - Live Club

October 16 Basel, Switzerland - St Jakobshalle

October 18 Vienna, Austria - Gasometer

October 20 Chemnitz, Germany - Stadthalle

October 21 Goppingen, Germany - EWS Arena

October 22 Mannheim, Germany - Rosengarten

October 23 Zoetermoor, Holland - Silverdome

October 25 Sheffield, England - City Hall

October 26 Bristol, England - Colston Hall

October 27 Birmingham, England - NIA

October 29 London, England - Alexandra Palace

October 30 Manchester, England - O2 Apollo

October 31 Glasgow, Scotland - Clyde Auditorium

November 2 Brussels, Belgium - Ancienne Belgique

November 3 Lille, France - Zenith

November 5 Toulouse, France - Zenith

November 6 Lyon, France - Halle Tony Garnier

November 8 Paris, France - Zenith

November 9 Rouen, France - Zenith

November 10 Rennes, France - Liberte

November 12 Bremen, Germany - Pier III

November 13 Mulheim An Der Ruhr, Germany - RWE Arena

November 14 Berlin, Germany - Columbiahalle

November 17 St Petersburg, Russia - Oktiaborski

November 19 Moscow, Russia - Crocus City Hall Expo, 3rd Pavilion