Asking Alexandria Unleash Video for “The Black”

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With just a little over a month left until their new record hits stores, Asking Alexandria have released the music video for their latest single. On Monday (Feb. 1), the North Yorkshire band released the music video for “The Black,” the title track from their upcoming new record. The new single will join previously released tracks “I Won’t Give In” and “Undivided” on The Black. Check out the new song, and its music video, below.

The Black marks the band’s fourth studio album as well as the first one with new vocalist Denis Shaforostov. Around this time last year, former vocalist/founding member Danny Worsnop announced his departure from the band to focus on his new group, We Are Harlot. By the looks (and sounds) of things, it doesn’t appear that Worsnop is missed.

The Black is scheduled to be released on March 25 through Sumerian Records. Pre-orders for the album are currently available on the band’s website here. In support of the new record, Asking Alexandria will be hitting the road with Bullet for My Valentine. Bullet for My Valentine’s “The British Invasion Tour” will kick off on Tuesday, Feb. 2, at the House of Blues in San Diego. After being on the North American touring circuit for about a month, the tour will then wrap up on March 7 at Metropolis in Montreal. The complete list of tour dates can be found here.

In addition to the tour with Bullet for My Valentine, the two bands will once again reunite at two Florida-based music festivals in the spring: Jacksonville’s Welcome to Rockville and Ft. Myers’ Fort Rock.

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