Halestorm’s frontwoman Lzzy Hale joined an interview with AXS TV and displayed the most interesting pieces of her rock and roll collection which includes a severed silicone head of Alice Cooper.
Lzzy Hale founded Halestorm with her brother Arejay Hale in 1997 and has been rocking the world since then. As a band, they released four albums since their formation in 1997 and were nominated for two Grammy Awards winning one for Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance.
In her recent appearance, Hale showed her rock and roll items collection and revealed the interesting stories behind them. The item that struck everyone’s attention including the interviewer was a realistic severed head of Alice Cooper. Apparently, it was a gift from her DJ friend from Kansas City.
Lzzy stated that she and her partner created a game using the fake Alice Cooper head to entertain themselves during the lockdown. She mentioned that she once hid the Cooper head in the refrigirator to scare her partner. Hale also implied that she is considering to take the head on Halestorm tour with her to scare her bandmates.
Here is the full story:
“This is an Alice Cooper head. It’s actually from the same company that he gets all of his guillotine heads from. It was a gift to me from a dear DJ friend of mine out of Kansas City. I have to tell you, so, he put it in a hatbox to send to my house and so, of course, I don’t know what this is, and I open it up and I truly at first glance like is that actually a severed head. It scared the bejesus out of me.
But this has become a very – it was basically the game of choice during the lockdown. Me and my significant other would hide this in certain spots. So one time, it was in the refrigerator so that I knew whoever went in for the orange juice or whatever and it started with him.
I have a coat rack in my bedroom and that already looks like a person in the wrong light, you know, scary in the middle of the night. This had has been on top of that, scared the bejesus out of me, I scared the bejesus out of them. It’s great, it’s a good tool. I don’t know if I’ll take it on tour for that, for that particular purpose but it’s good around the house. Good old dead Alice.”
It is not surprising to see that Alice Cooper would be okay with creating such an object as Cooper is known for his eccentric style with horror themes. He uses such items as guillotines, fake blood, reptiles, dolls, and swords in his shows making it apparent how he is also very much into terrifying people.
You can watch the full interview below.