Alice Cooper will launch his new live recording Raise The Dead: Live From Wacken in October.
The performance was recorded at the German festival on August 3 and will be released via UDR.
The release will support the Wacken Foundation, a non-profit organisation which backs hard rock and heavy metal artists. One Euro from every copy sold will be donated to the foundation.
Cooper has recently completed work on a covers album featuring songs by The Doors, Jimi Hendrix, The Who and John Lennon. The album, which will also include a handful of new tracks, is expected in 2015.
Raise The Dead: Live From Wacken features 22 tracks and will be released on DVD, CD, Blu-ray and digital formats.
It launches in Europe on October 20 and in the US on October 21.
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