Hear Asking Alexandria's First Song With New Singer Denis Shaforostov

Asking Alexandria
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Atmosphere as Asking Alexandria perform at The Roundhouse on November 6, 2014 in London, United Kingdom.

After losing singer Danny Worsnop, Asking Alexandria is back with a new singer and a new song. 

The band shared a new track called "I Won't Give In" via its label, Sumerian Records. The hard rocker also comes with a series of updates from the band's new singer Denis Shaforostov, and its four remaining members.

"You guys stick with AA through the hardest times so thank you for the faith you've got for Ben, Cam, Sam, James, and me," Shaforostov says to the fans. "I'm extremely excited to unleash the beast the new Asking Alexandria is!"

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Asking Alexandria announced that former singer Danny Worsnop was leaving the band to "pursue other musical interests" via Facebook on Jan. 22. Worsnop joined Asking Alexandria in 2008 and manned lead vocals on its first three albums: 2009's Stand Up and Scream, 2011's Reckless & Relentless, and 2013's From Death to Destiny.

The band is scheduled to tour Europe through June 20, followed by a stint on the Warped Tour from June 23 through August.

As for Worsnop, he joined a new band called We Are Harlot, which released its self-titled debut album on Roadrunner Records this year. 


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