Watch ASKING ALEXANDRIA Perform Acoustically At KILPOP Studio
January 12, 2018
Kilpop has uploaded video footage of ASKING ALEXANDRIA members Ben Bruce (guitar) and Danny Worsnop (vocals) perfoming acoustic versions of the band's songs "Into The Fire" and "Vultures" at a studio in Denver, Colorado. Check out the clips below.
ASKING ALEXANDRIA's latest, self-titled album was released on December 15 via Sumerian. The disc marks the group's first full-length effort with Worsnop since he rejoined ASKING ALEXANDRIA in the fall of 2016.
"Asking Alexandria" was produced by FROM FIRST TO LAST's Matt Good and mixed by Taylor Larson.
Bruce told Metal Wani in a recent interview that the band's new album has "gone above and beyond all my expectations. For me, every time I finish an album, I'm, like, 'Man, I wish I could have done this differently. I would have changed this. This song's not that good, it's kind of an album filler. I wish I had more time to write more hits.' With this album, we had no limitations, we had no time limits or restrictions and were left to our own devices and we did exactly what we wanted to do," he said. "I listen to the final product now and I couldn't be more proud. There's no point on the album where I'm, like, 'Ah, I wish we could have re-recorded this or changed this.' Or 'I'm not too fond of this song.' Every time I listen to the album, I have a different favorite song. I'm definitely more proud of this album than I ever have been of any record before."
The reunion between Danny and ASKING ALEXANDRIA was confirmed in October 2016 following weeks of rumors and speculation regarding the status of his replacement, Denis Shaforostov, who joined the band in 2015.
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