Asking Alexandria: Asking Alexandria

Asking Alexandria SKU: 35730811
Asking Alexandria: Asking Alexandria

Asking Alexandria: Asking Alexandria

Asking Alexandria SKU: 35730811

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Asking Alexandria
Artist: Asking Alexandria
Label: Sumerian Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 817424018159
Genre: Rock, Heavy Metal

Vinyl LP pressing. Asking Alexandria is the self-titled fifth album from British rock band, Asking Alexandria. This is their first album since the return of original vocalist Danny Worsnop, as well as their first album working with producer Matt Good. This album features a more straight forward and melodic hard rock sound. This album has been described as hard rock, pop, alternative metal, heavy metal, metalcore and post-hardcore. The band's music was also sometimes described as electronicore on their early work. Guitarist Ben Bruce has stated that they do not like writing music that sounds the same from album to album, which is why their musical style has changed over time.

1.1 Alone in a Room
1.2 Into the Fire
1.3 Hopelessly Hopeful
1.4 Where Did It Go?
2.1 Rise Up
2.2 When the Lights Come on
2.3 Under Denver
2.4 Vultures
3.1 Eve
3.2 I Am One
3.3 Empire (Feat. Bingx)
4.1 Room 138
4.2 Into the Fire (Radio Edit)
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