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Do you dig Alice Cooper? Then this is up your alley.

New album 'Into Eternity' out November 13th.

 

From maryanncotton.net

 

Maryann Cotton is a Danish / American shock rock singer, songwriter, and musician / hard rock band formed in 2007.

He is considered by fans and peers alike to be “The Prince Of Shock Rock” and with energetic live performances he has made plenty of positive publicity around the world.


Maryann Cotton – named after a famous serial killer – recorded in 2012 his debut album “Free Falling Angels “, which was featured and recorded by the original King Diamond band from 1990, the album sold more than 20,000 copies in Europe alone and managed to get on the U.S. Top 20 list as #8 in the New York Magazine Herald & Review.


Expanding from his hard rock roots, in his career Cotton has experimented with a number of musical styles, including art rock, hard rock, heavy metal, New Wave, pop rock, experimental rock, industrial rock, and latest – conceptual rock.
In the summer of 2013, Maryann entered a collaboration with the world famous songwriter and producer Dick Wagner.
Wagner has worked with Aerosmith, Kiss, Alice Cooper, Lou Reed, Tina Turner, Guns N ‘Roses, Meat Loaf, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, Peter Gabriel, Ringo Starr, Rod Stewart, Frank Sinatra and dozens of others.
Together they have written his upcoming album, Chester Rose – ”The Legend Begins”, which are featuring songs written by Alice Cooper, Dick Wagner, Hal Patino and Maryann Cotton.

The album will be a full concept album, which will introduce the listener to a world of chaos, blood & love.

It is going to be recorded in May in Hollywood California, and released worldwide in the summer of 2014, the album will also feature guest musicians and producers, including Mikkey Dee, Susan Michelson, Warren Huart and Jack Douglas, who has worked with names such as, Michael Jackson, John Lennon, David Bowie, The Who, Slash, Stevie Wonder, Jimi Hendrix, Ozzy Osborune, and dozens of others.

Maryann is Associated with some of the world’s greatest rock bands of all time, and has been a part or involved with clients such as Alice Cooper, Motorhead, Europe, King Diamond, Mercyful Fate, Kiss, and many other bands.

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Tracklisting:

"What She Wants"
"Had Enough"
"My Gun"
"Hard Lost' N Fried"
"Gangland"
"When Tomorrow Comes"
"Keepers Of The Holy Grail"
"No Wish Upon No Star"
"Into Eternity"
"Death Is Beauty"

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This dudes voice is a carbon copy of the mighty Alice Cooper, cool songs too

Yeah, plus the image and everything. :D

Which makes me wonder what's the point? I mean, Alice Cooper is still alive and making music. Good music, too.

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I have heard this guy before and remember hating it. I just heard this now and hated it.

 

You're so full of hate ... it makes me sad.

 

 

I hate when you say stuff like that, man.

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yeah somehow his voice is like a fake-y version of Cooper, unlike Johnny Lima who resembles Bon Jovi naturally

 

It's not the thread to say it, but I totally disagree with the Lima/Jovi thing. I know it's been said since Lima burst onto the scene, but I have never heard this comparison people bring up. I like some of Lima's material, but he is a super, super weak vocalist. Always has been. Bon Jovi, in his prime, was an excellent rock vocalist. He's changed through the years, but I see no comparison between the two at all. There, said it.

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