The godfather of 'shock rock', Alice Cooper, says his job is a lot harder these days.
In a recent interview, Cooper said "You can't shock an audience anymore", something that was "easy to do in 1970" when he was just starting out.
According to Cooper, "you can turn on CNN and there's a guy really getting his head cut off - that's 100 times more shocking than anything that Slipknot or Alice Cooper or Marilyn Manson can do". Instead, Cooper focuses on the "theatricality" of his concerts.
Cooper promises a new studio album is coming in 2020, following up on September's Breadcrumbs EP.