12 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

It didn’t take long for new vocalist Denis Stoff to endear himself to Asking Alexandria’s army. His scorching scream and guttural growl tiptoe along the jagged edge of manic overdrive. The band matches his intensity, accelerating with power and speed on pit-movers “Let It Sleep,” “Circled By the Wolves,” and “Just a Slave to Rock n’ Roll.” When it’s time for a breather, Asking Alexandria unleashes “Here I Am,” which shows that Stoff can body a rigorous stadium anthem. “Send Me Home,” a weeper inspired by ruthless touring and missing loved ones, is the album’s most affecting track—an “Open Arms” for the metalcore set.

EDITORS’ NOTES

It didn’t take long for new vocalist Denis Stoff to endear himself to Asking Alexandria’s army. His scorching scream and guttural growl tiptoe along the jagged edge of manic overdrive. The band matches his intensity, accelerating with power and speed on pit-movers “Let It Sleep,” “Circled By the Wolves,” and “Just a Slave to Rock n’ Roll.” When it’s time for a breather, Asking Alexandria unleashes “Here I Am,” which shows that Stoff can body a rigorous stadium anthem. “Send Me Home,” a weeper inspired by ruthless touring and missing loved ones, is the album’s most affecting track—an “Open Arms” for the metalcore set.

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