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Danny Worsnop - Vocals.
Ben Bruce - Guitar.
Camron Liddell - Guitar.
Sam Bettley - Bass.
James Cassells - Drums.

Asking Alexandria is a British five-piece post-hardcore
band from York, England. The band has its roots in Dubai,
UAE, where guitarist Ben Bruce started a band under the
name EndofReason. After having recorded an unreleased album
entitled The Irony of Your Perfection, the band changed
their name to Asking Alexandria just before calling it a

Ben later moved back to the England, and a couple of years
without a More...

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Info | Reviewer: Steve
    ------ About the song Don't Pray For Me performed by Asking Alexandria

The songs about Danny and his alcohol problem, the sound clips are from the Seattle show, one is Ben asking the crowd to show by hands if they should put his best friend into rehab.

wow, i dont think that means what you think it does. | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Morte Et Dabo performed by Asking Alexandria

my take on these lyrics? exactly as he's singing them. he's pissed at "God" for being such a self-righteous prick so he's going to storm heaven and burn it to the ground. Is this not clear in the lyrics? This is metaphorical, in the sense that heaven is not real nor is "God"...

Asking Alexandria NOBODY DONT DANCE NO MORE | Reviewer: Danielle
    ------ About the song Nobody Don't Dance No More performed by Asking Alexandria

this is such a great band and the lyrics are great all the band members are all awesome i hope they see this review and if you guys are reading this please come to new zealand auckland i love you guys me and my friend will probally get vip tickets thats how much we love you hahaha lol ben i hope you had a great wedding

So Sick... | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Not The American Average performed by Asking Alexandria

Damn!!, first time I listened to this song, loved it, the brutality mixed with melody and all effects and riffs... they were great and the melodic part was simply awesome. But when I saw the lyrics and how they dealt with this situation on that sickly asshole way I felt really disappointed.

This is not brutal nor extreme, neither born from a real problem, just sickness born of a inmature mind (the lyrics, not the composer) so as the melodic part lyrics show. Too much psycho, even for metalcore.

The god of songs | Reviewer: Teejiv
    ------ About the song Closure performed by Asking Alexandria

17 ricter/or earthshake brings thedead, life, are a few simple words for the song closure - asking alexanderia
best thrash metal by far
must listen
no one can stand toe to toe with this song, the fucking best, and i will stand on these words till the end of holocene
the GOD of songs, the best lyrics ever, most inspiring, and screams so thrilling, superb highest pitch scream when he says 'ground'

A sweet blasphemy. X | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Morte Et Dabo performed by Asking Alexandria

Although blasphemous, this song is amazing! It's saying that those who think they are as good as god should die because they are narcissistic and try to control the others around them. It is a fucking awesome song!!!!

Awesome song and great meaning | Reviewer: Dan P.
    ------ About the song Morte Et Dabo performed by Asking Alexandria

The way I see this song and its lyrics, it appears to be that the vocalist is angry at people claiming that they are gods among us and that they should pretty much die for being narcissistic and controlling.

Great song, and misunderstood lyrics | Reviewer: Anonymous
    ------ About the song Morte Et Dabo performed by Asking Alexandria

I have read other reviews about this song and how the lyrics are satanic. The way I interpret these lyrics, they are told from a lucifers point of view... Or it could be about bashing those who claim to be god

My opinion... | Reviewer: A.A-forever
    ------ About the song I Was Once, Possibly, Maybe, Perhaps A Cowboy King performed by Asking Alexandria

I see this as a song of someone who gets used/stepped on and agressive heartbreak and the pain it brings. The the 5th and 6th verses to me show torture in a way that the person is going through, they want it to end but when they think it will but starts over like the fate of prometheus...

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