This month, Asking Alexandra began headlining the fourth annual Monster Energy Outbreak Festival. The dates bring to a close the band’s 2012 tour, finalizing well over a year and a half on the road behind their most recent album and sophomore full-length disc, Reckless and Relentless.
ooVoo gets RECKLESS and RELENTLESS with Asking Alexandria! Ten lucky fans will win an ooVoo call with Asking Alexandria! All you have to do is fill out the form here with your contact information and include the two questions you want to ask the band on ooVoo.
Asking Alexandria will be headlining fourth annual Monster Energy Outbreak Festival, which kicks off in late November. Dates for the trek — which also features As I Lay Dying, Suicide Silence, Memphis May Fire and Attila — have been officially announced and can be found below.
Can you believe it’s been a year since this Guitar Girl’d column was born? To celebrate, I thought it only fitting to resurrect my favorite column of the last 52 weeks: my list of the top 10 hot male guitar players. Yep, last year when I broke this concept, I admit I was a bit perturbed by all those lists of hot female guitarists … with the word “hot” not defining their scathing performance skills. Oh no!
British metalcore band Asking Alexandria will release a "shocking" new short film titled Through Sin and Self-Destruction on May 15. The film — which promises a "controversial, uncensored look into the real lives of a new era of rockstars for today's generation" — will be available exclusively on iTunes.
It has now officially been announced that Iowa's heaviest export will indeed be headlining the main stage, with a stellar lineup in tow. Hitting the stage directly before Slipknot will be thrash titans Slayer, who will follow a special guest that will be announced on March 5.
England's Asking Alexandria have just announced a new run of U.S. tour dates for the spring, which will see them supported by Trivium, Dir En Grey, I See Stars, Motionless In White and the Amity Affliction.
Over the course of three years of nonstop touring, Asking Alexandria have gone from upstarts to headliners with a tight live show. While no day is “typical” on the road, the band’s lifestyle has changed considerably. “If you’d asked me this question a few months ago, I would have probably said, ‘You walk backstage and you’ll find myself and Cameron [Liddell, rhythm guitar] belligerently drunk, being assholes, not having a care in the world, then stumbling onstage and playing our set,” says lead guitarist/vocalist Ben Bruce.