The rock 'n' roll supergroup Hollywood Vampires brought out some special guests during their performance at Los Angeles' Greek Theatre Saturday night (May 11).
As if the all-star lineup wasn't enough, the band — led by Alice Cooper, Joe Perry and Johnny Depp — invited friends Steven Tyler to sing Aerosmith's “The Train Kept A-Rollin’" and Marilyn Manson for Cooper's "I'm Eighteen."
The Vampires' L.A. visit was in support of their upcoming album, Rise, due out June 21. The 16-track effort of mostly original material features the menacing, gothy lead single "Who's Laughing Now," which the group released in mid-April.
The all-star band launched their seven-date U.S. tour at the Joint in Las Vegas on May 10 and will wrap the brief outing May 18 at Fantasy Spring Casino in Indio, Calif.
Watch Tyler and Manson join the Hollywood Vampires in L.A. below.