ASKING ALEXANDRIA: Teaser For New Song 'I Am Iniquity'

ASKING ALEXANDRIA: Teaser For New Song 'I Am Iniquity'

U.K. metalcore band ASKING ALEXANDRIA has released a teaser for a brand new song, apparently called "I Am Iniquity". The 41-second clip, which includes footage from the studio, can be seen below.

ASKING ALEXANDRIA singer Danny Worsnop recently said that he didn't have any interest in becoming a legal member of the band again, preferring instead to arrange his tours and recording sessions with the group one at a time.

The reunion between Danny and ASKING ALEXANDRIA was confirmed last October following weeks of rumors and speculation regarding the status of his replacement, Denis Shaforostov, who joined the band in 2015.

Danny, who released a solo album, "The Long Road Home", in February while still being involved with his other band WE ARE HARLOT in between acting gigs, told Finland's Kaaos TV that he is working closely with the members of ASKING ALEXANDRIA to ensure that he is able to pursue other projects alongside his touring and recording activities with AA.

ASKING ALEXANDRIA guitarist Ben Bruce told Kaaos TV in March that the band had already completed the songwriting process for its next album, with plans to enter the studio in the coming months.

When Danny's return to ASKING ALEXANDRIA was first announced, Bruce said in a video message that Shaforostov had "just stopped talking to us." But Denis later tweeted, "I left AA because I can't be in a touring band at this point in my life. There's no drama and I don't want to be a part of it."

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