The frontman of his self-titled band, Alice Cooper, has made a new interview with ‘The Mistress Carrie Podcast’ this week and talked about his recently released album Detroit Stories and the crazy parties of the ’60s and 70’s he’s attended.

As you might already follow Alice, his twenty-eighth studio album named ‘Detroit Stories’ has been released on February 26, 2021, by earMUSIC and he managed to reach the number one spot on ‘Billboard’s Top Album Sales’ list at the beginning of March. The latest single of the album named ‘Social Debris’ was released on February 4 which was Alice Cooper’s 73rd birthday at the same time.

In his latest interview, Alice has stated that the thing he most likes about Detroit is Motown and Rock N’ Roll co-existed very well together in the city and recalled the days he was young. At the same time, the interviewer asked the party that he was like ‘What am I doing here?’ and Alice shares the story.

Here is what Alice Cooper said:

“There was a party in the wintertime, and I can’t remember whose house it was, where I woke up at four in the morning, and everybody at the party was asleep, everybody was out, and woke up and I looked around and I went, ‘What happened? Did everybody die?’

And, I mean, everybody maybe OD’d a little bit that night. I walked outside with just a T-shirt on to walk around in the snow just to get my brain back together.

And by the time I got back, people were waking up, and I have no idea what happened, I don’t know how everybody passed out at the same time.”

Click here for the source and listen to Cooper’s latest single below.