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From Death To Destiny

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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.

Customer Reviews


The review below mine made a very ignorant and uneducated statement of both bands. August burns red has completely changed their sounds since they started, first of all. Asking Alexandria is a completely different band than they were in 2008 because Danny can't sing OR scream like he used to. So this album is great if you like mundane, monotone screams and clean vocals that are about as clean as mud.

Not good

If you like Hot Topic themed metal then this for for you. This is kid stuff.

Really looking foward to it

Album preview was great, singles are great, really excited


Formed: 2008 in North Yorkshire, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Spanning two continents, three names, and nearly a dozen members, Asking Alexandria are a band whose short career seemed to be more about change than anything else. The brainchild of guitarist Ben Bruce, the band was originally formed in Dubai in 2003 under the name Amongst Us, which soon changed to End of Reason before eventually settling on Asking Alexandria in 2006. They cemented the name change with their self-released EP, Tomorrow.Hope.Goodbye. The following year they released their first full-length...
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