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Danny Worsnop Details "Emotional Roller-Coaster" Solo Album; Plays First Reunion Show with Asking Alexandria

Earache Records Danny Wornsop has announced the details of his forthcoming solo album The Long Road Home, formerly titled The Prozac Sessions. The first solo effort from the newly-reinstated Asking Alexandria frontman will be released February 17. The first single, "Mexico," will premiere November 1.

"It has been an emotional roller-coaster creating these songs, but the end result has left me humbled, proud, and more excited about a project than I ever have been in my life," says Worsnop in a statement. "Writing as deep and personal as I have on this record brought up a lot inside me...allowing me to grow and move on from demons I didn't even acknowledge having."

In other Danny Worsnop news, the musician played his first reunion show with Asking Alexandria Tuesday night in Seattle. Worsnop had left the band in early 2015, but he returned this month following the departure of vocalist Denis Stoff. According to setlist.fm, the reunited Asking Alexandria played a variety of songs from their first three albums during the show, but nothing from The Black, the lone album they recorded with Stoff.

But wait, that's not all! Worsnop and Asking Alexandria have also reportedly recorded a new song together. Matt Good of the band From First to Last tweeted that he's "mixing an amazing new asking Alexandria song at the moment featuring the return of Danny, who absolutely crushed the vocals."

Here is the track list for The Long Road Home:

"Prozac"
"Mexico"
"I Feel Like S***"
"Anyone But Me"
"High"
"I Got Bones"
"Quite a While"
"Don't Overdrink It"
"I'll Hold On"
"Midnight Woman"
"Same Old Ending"
"The Man"

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posted : October, 26th by Music News From ABC News Radio - Active Rock