Alice Cooper

Alice Cooper reunited with the three other surviving band members in the original Alice Cooper Band last month to play a killer show in Nashville. Now, the Coop has officially announced that he will perform with his former band mates once again this fall.

Cooper will join forces with bass player Dennis Dunaway, drummer Neal Smith and guitarist Michael Bruce for a handful of tunes during his five U.K. shows, which will take place starting with a Nov. 11 gig in Leeds and running through a Nov. 16 show in London.

The upcoming tour is part of Cooper’s run behind his new studio album, Paranormal, which will hit all the usual outlets on July 28. The album will also pack a bonus disc with two new songs co-written and recorded by Cooper, Dunaway, Smith and Bruce.

Bob Ezrin, Cooper’s longtime collaborator, produced the set. It includes a bevy of guest appearances, including ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons, U2's Larry Mullen Jr. and Deep Purple's Roger Glover.

View the Coop’s full itinerary via

Alice Cooper U.K. Tour Dates:

11/11 -- Leeds, First Direct Arena
11/12 -- Glasgow, The SSE Hydro
11/14 -- Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena
11/15 --Manchester, Manchester Arena
11/16 -- London, The SSE Arena – Wembley