Famed rockers Alice Cooper and Rob Zombie will appear on Mark Hoppus’ FUSE show ‘Hoppus on Music’ on Friday, March 18, 2011 at 11 pm ET/10 CT, the network has announced. The two prominent singers will sit down and talk to the Blink-182 singer and bassist about their upcoming projects.
Copper has a new studio album, titled ‘Welcome 2 My Nightmare, that’s set to be released sometime this year. It will serve as a sequel to his 1998 record ‘Welcome to My Nightmare.’ The singer has said the new album “will be another nightmare…and even worse than the last one.”
Zombie is currently writing his next movie, titled ‘The Lords of Salem,’ which will be set in contemporary Salem, Massachusetts. The movie, which is expected to go into production sometime this spring, will follow inhabitants of Salem as they’re visited by a demonic, 300-year-old witch coven.
On the episode, Hoppus will also discuss how he’s auctioning off collectible Blink-182 itmes on e-Bay. All proceeds will benefit the American National Red Cross’s efforts for the victims of the recent tsunami in Japan. Items include the band’s original lyric sheets to ‘The Rock Show’ and a Blink-182 backstage pass.
Written by: Karen Benardello