13 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their third album, From Death to Destiny, English hard-rocking heroes Asking Alexandria serve up spine-tingling metalcore. Opening tune “Don’t Pray For Me” begins deceptively with glitchy, string-heavy calm—until savage distortion and drums lay ruin to the stillness. In singer Danny Worsnop’s last appearance with the band, he lets loose with growling, death metal-style vocals on tunes like “Poison.” Elsewhere, as on the chugging “Creature,” he sends a thrilling chorus straight into the stratosphere. When the breakneck metal rage of “Until The End” closes the curtains, only darkness remains.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their third album, From Death to Destiny, English hard-rocking heroes Asking Alexandria serve up spine-tingling metalcore. Opening tune “Don’t Pray For Me” begins deceptively with glitchy, string-heavy calm—until savage distortion and drums lay ruin to the stillness. In singer Danny Worsnop’s last appearance with the band, he lets loose with growling, death metal-style vocals on tunes like “Poison.” Elsewhere, as on the chugging “Creature,” he sends a thrilling chorus straight into the stratosphere. When the breakneck metal rage of “Until The End” closes the curtains, only darkness remains.

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