According to The Pulse Of Radio, ASKING ALEXANDRIA frontman Danny Worsnop has revealed that he plans to take some time off from the up-and-coming British act to spend some time with his other band HARLOT. Worsnop said, "I'm gonna take a few months off from ASKING and tour HARLOT. It's gonna be a weird transitional period where I'm trying to figure out the right balance for the schedules." Worsnop also announced that he is working on a solo album, explaining, "The solo record's really kind of mellow. I wanna do like coffee shops before our shows."
But Worsnop has no intention of leaving ASKING ALEXANDRIA, telling Metal Hammer recently that he wants the group to be "the biggest band in the world."
Worsnop told The Pulse Of Radio that the key to the band's success is being true to themselves. "We don't care what anyone else is doing, we don't care what anyone's gonna think of it," he said. "If no one would've bought the record, I really don't care. I could not care less. I write my music for me. It's great that the fans enjoy it, but I just write what's inside, and I think that's why we are so different and stand out, because we're not trying to do what anyone else is doing, we're just trying to do us."
ASKING ALEXANDRIA has been on tour in the U.S. with KORN and next plays on Friday (October 25) in Grand Prairie, Texas.
The group's latest album, "From Death To Destiny", arrived in early August, landing at No. 5 on the Billboard album chart. The current single, "The Death Of Me", is a Top 20 contender on the Active Rock chart.