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In an interview on the Lead Singer Syndrome (podcast), Asking Alexandria vocalist Danny Worsnop downplayed (ex-vocalist) Denis Stoff’s contributions to the band.

Read relating interview excerpt in full below.

“He was just keepin’ my seat warm. Honestly I don’t know the kid so I have no opinion of him as a person. When people start telling me stories, my response is like… I don’t wanna know. I met the kid one time on a tour in Russia and he got a picture with me outside of a hotel. That’s my extent of my knowledge of him.”

Worsnop also said – in the interview – that when Stoff was in the band, he was using his vocal recordings and lip syncing over them during the band’s live shows.

Read relating interview excerpt in full below.

“The only weird thing was, and this was like, it was like illegal. He was lip syncing over my stuff for a minute. That obviously did not rub me or my lawyers the right way. They jumped on it before I did. They were like ‘hey just so you know we sent him a cease and desist because he’s lip syncing over your stuff’. I hadn’t seen them or heard them with him so I was just like yeah make he’s not using my stuff.”

(All excerpts transcribed by RockFeed)

*You’ve got some good lawyers Mr Worsnop!*

It’s fair to say… There’s been a revival in camp Asking Alexandria – since the return of Danny Worsnop.

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