ASKING ALEXANDRIA has released a brand new live video for its hugely successful single "Alone In A Room". Having spent 28 weeks on the Active Rock radio chart and peaking at No. 7, it is the band's third top ten hit at rock radio. The song has amassed a whopping 16.3 million streams on Spotify and the official music video has clocked up 6.3 million views on YouTube to date.
"Alone In A Room" is the second single from ASKING ALEXANDRIA's self-titled fifth studio album, which was released last December via Sumerian Records. The disc marks the group's first full-length effort with singer Danny Worsnop since he rejoined ASKING ALEXANDRIA in the fall of 2016.
During his time away from ASKING ALEXANDRIA, Worsnop pursued a more traditional hard rock sound with his other project, WE ARE HARLOT, while ASKING ALEXANDRIA recruited a new singer, Denis Shaforostov, and released a fourth album, "The Black". Danny also issued a country-tinged solo album, "The Long Road Home", last year via Earache Records.
ASKING ALEXANDRIA will join SHINEDOWN and PAPA ROACH for the "Attention Attention" tour in early 2019.
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