Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Danny Worsnop: "Asking Alexandria lost its artistic integrity"


Former Asking Alexandria frontman Danny Worsnop was recently interviewed by Altpress.com, you can read some excerpts below.


About his current plans: "My priority always lies with my art, and that has never changed and will never change. I ended up leaving Asking Alexandria because it lost the art to me. It lost its artistic integrity in my eyes. It was just selling out and that’s not what I do. People are wondering if there’s going to be a second Harlot record and yes, there will be. It won’t be this year, but there will definitely be another Harlot record next year."

He continued: "The band still exists. Since getting to Nashville, I wrote another 17 songs for my solo record. I’m still of two minds about how to release the album. I’m tempted to do something I know fans will love but the record labels and publishers will not, which is to release a double album. The idea of doing a double-disc with like 30 songs really appeals to me. How many years have I talked about this solo album? Four years? I want to give it to the world."