Asking Alexandria have already recorded with Danny Worsnop

Danny Worsnop
Worsnop fronting We Are Harlot last year (Image credit: Getty)

Asking Alexandria have already recorded a new track with returned frontman Danny Worsnop.

The reunion was confirmed at the weekend, following a breakdown in relations with his replacement, Denis Stoff, who’d joined in 2015.

But Matt Good – who’s a member of Kill It With Fire alongside Asking Alexandria’s Ben Bruce – has revealed studio work is in progress.

Good tweets: “Mixing an amazing new Asking Alexandria song at the moment featuring the return of Danny, who absolutely crushed the vocals. Damn damn.”

The band have just commenced a North American tour with Worsnop at the helm, after Bruce reported that Stoff had “just stopped talking to us.”

Stoff 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.”

Worsnop said this week that the tour would include “a journey through the band’s history” and “a new song that isn’t actually very new.”

He added: “It was a long week pondering the decision and figuring out what the right thing to do was. After all, my solo album, The Long Road Home, is about to release, which is, of course, my primary focus. I’m also working on the new We Are Harlot record, and trying to book in as much acting work as possible.

”I’m now in a place mentally where this is something I can embrace again, with the men I started this crazy journey with. It’s a beautiful nostalgia that feels like nothing ever changed.

“All I can speak to is my excitement to be working with my old and dear friends, playing music we made for a decade that we are here to celebrate.”

Bruce last month posted a picture of Worsnop working with him in the studio after they’d settled their differences.

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