It’s a fkn belter.
And invited him for a beer to boot.
They were “blindsided” by Worsnop’s decision.
“Danny… absolutely crushed the vocals.”
“There’s no drama and I don’t want to be a part of it.”
“Back to the way we started with the original fucking members.”
Some fans are psyched by the idea, while others are pissed off.
If you’re a fan of Asking Alexandria, but are worried about how Stoff will impact the band’s sound, you don’t have much to worry about.
Sam Bettley says he is “lucky to be alive.”
Asking Alexandria have just dropped the motherload. Not only has the band confirmed the secret identity of their new frontman as Denis Shaforostov, formerly of Ukrainian metalcore act Make Me Famous, they’ve also let rip a brand new track with him on vocals. It’s called I Won’t Give In and it’s a fucking belter. Shaforostov
Singer quits to focus on side project
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With their brand new album From Death To Destiny expected to drop Friday, 9th August, things are about to once again go into full swing for UK lads Asking Alexandria. While making the most of some downtime in the US before hitting the highways for a tour, guitarist Ben Bruce was decent enough to phone
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