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From Death to Destiny is the third studio album by British metalcore band Asking Alexandria. The band released the first single titled "Run Free" on 13 August 2012. The second single titled "The Death of Me", and a third track "Killing You", were released in March 2013. The album was released on 6 August 2013. The album was recorded in seven different studios. Foundation in Connersville, Indiana. Foundation Estate in Rochester, Michigan. NRG in Los Angeles, California.
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On their third album, From Death to Destiny, English hard-rocking heroes Asking Alexandria serve up spine-tingling metalcore. Opening tune Don’t Pray For Me begins deceptively with glitchy, string-heavy calm-until savage distortion and drums lay ruin to the stillness. In singer Danny Worsnop’s last appearance with the band, he lets loose with growling, death metal-style vocals on tunes like Poison. Elsewhere, as on the chugging Creature, he sends a thrilling chorus straight into the stratosphere.
Asking Alexandria was one of the first bands (along with Attack Attack) to create the infamous Risecore or Crabcore genre/sound. Alternating between constant chugging, simple breakdowns, clean choruses and the occasional trance beats, the genre quickly became popular with young people for its infectiousness and simplicity. For the others, it was annoying, incoherent, repetitive, fake and shallow music.
The name Asking Alexandria may conform to the emo cliché of present participle plus girl's name, but the York band technically qualify as metalcore. It would take a listener more immersed in Kerrang! culture than I or, most likely, you to discern whether From Death to Destiny is a good or bad example of its genre. But an example of its genre it most certainly is. We’ll tell you what’s true.