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Asking Alexandria Premier Music Video For ‘Here I Am’

In case you missed it, Asking Alexandria just premiered a music video for Here I Am”, the beautifully orchestrated ninth track off their new album, The Black released March 25th via Sumerian Records.

Deviating between wide grandiose shots of the band playing in the open countryside, and eerie story shots of the little girl and cloaked character from The Black’s album artwork partaking in some sort of fire ritual- the whole video is just slightly unsettling.

The Wait is Over! New Asking Alexandria Vocalist Has Been Revealed!

Finally! Denis Shaforostov has officially been announced as the new vocalist for Asking Alexandria. Earlier this year in January, former frontman Danny Worsnop announced that he would be parting ways with Asking Alexandria and rumors immediately flew about who would be Danny’s replacement. Welcome, Denis Stoff, to the AA Family! (And our apologies to those who were hoping for Riff Raff.)

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Asking Alexandria Post Teaser Of New Song

There’s a lot of mystery surrounding Asking Alexandria these days, from hints and suspicions at who will replace frontman Danny Worsnop, to fragments and fractions of new music samples.

Well here’s the latest clue as to what fans can expect for new music; Ben Bruce (guitarist/vocalist) recently posted this short clip of new material via Instagram. Check it out right here:
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Danny Worsnop Has Officially Left Asking Alexandria

Long time coming, but shocking nonetheless; Danny Worsnop, notorious frontman of Asking Alexandria has left the band.

Today he posted his official statement via Twitter:

“To all of my friends and fans: I would like to let you know that Asking Alexandria and I are moving forward in separate ways. Over the last eight years together we’ve done some amazing things and created something truly special. I now, same as then, want what’s best for the band and at this point in time, that isn’t me. Asking Alexandria will continue to tour throughout the year and will be working on a new album. I will always support and love Asking Alexandria and cannot wait to see what the future holds for them. I am excited for the next chapter of my life with We Are Harlot and will see you all on the road!”

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Asking Alexandria Post Teaser For New “Moving On” Music Video

The boys in Asking Alexandria are getting ready to release a new music video for their song ‘Moving On‘ off the 2013 studio release ‘From Death To Destiny.’ Mark your calendars for Thursday, because frankly I don’t feel like we’ve seen enough of Asking Alexandria lately.

Also, did you hear? Over the weekend, guitarist Ben Bruce tweeted that 14 demos for the new Asking Alexandria album have been completed, he seems very excited, are you?

Be sure to check out the teaser below and tell us what you think!

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3 DAYS // #MovingOn @theaafamily

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Monster Energy Outbreak Tour (with As I Lay Dying, I See Stars, & Memphis May Fire)

Photos By: Desiree Mark                                                                                           Date: November 19, 2012                                                                               Venue: Vogue Theatre                                                                                                      City: Vancouver, BC, Canada
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Monster Energy Outbreak Tour

With Asking Alexandria, As I Lay Dying, Memphis May Fire, and I See Stars

Date: November 19, 2012                                                                                   Venue: Vogue Theatre                                                                                                 City: Vancouver, BC                                                                                                             Highlight: Danny Worsnop of Asking Alexandria’s onstage ranting, and generally just listening to him talk and sing in that swoon-worthy accent.
Reviewed By: Desiree Mark

“First of all I want to say how thankful I am that this tour continued even after the devastating loss of Suicide Silence’s frontman Mitch Lucker. Each and every person in attendance knew that Mitch wouldn’t want everyone sitting around with tears in their eyes, but instead he would want to see all of his friends and fans coming together and being a part of what he loved and dedicated his life to, music. And now he can see all the circle pits opening in his honor from the best view in the house. Friend, Husband, Dad, Musician, Life-changer, Rest in Peace Mitch.”

Now on with the show: Monster Energy Outbreak Tour 2012.
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