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Danny Worsnop Explains Exit From Asking Alexandria

05/12/2016
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(TeamRock Radio) Danny Worsnop says the reason he left Asking Alexandria was that he felt that they had lost their artistic integrity. And he's revealed that a move from Los Angeles to Nashville helped him clean up his act after a number of failed attempts in the past.

The former frontman split with Asking Alexandria last year to focus on We Are Harlot. He's since turned his attention on to his solo career, with debut album The Prozac Sessions expected in the near future.

Worsnop tells AltPress: "I ended up leaving because it lost the art to me - it lost its artistic integrity in my eyes. I was just selling out, and that's not what I do."

Instead, he says, "People are wondering if there's going to be a second Harlot record, and there will be. The band still exists. Since getting to Nashville I wrote 17 songs for my solo record. The idea of doing a double disc with 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." Read more here.

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