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Asking Alexandria’s Ben Bruce Still "Incredibly Proud" Of Latest Album - Despite Considerable Sales Decline

The release of Asking Alexandria‘s new self-titled album this past December saw the band move around 22,000 sold units in the United States during its first week. Those sales were down considerably from that of the band’s previous album, “The Black“, which sold 30,000 units during its first week of availability. The band saw their commercial peak during the cycles of Reckless & Relentless and From Death To Destiny. The former moved 31,000 first-week units and debuted at No. 9, and the latter jumped to 41,000 units first-week and saw a No. 5 debut.

A report by Rockfeed.net predicting "... for Asking Alexandria, this may be the beginning of their downslope" caught the eye of the band’s guitarist Ben Bruce, who responded publicly with the following tweets:




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1. Donald J. Trump writes:

The funny thing is streams factor into sales and Billboard charting possition.

With all that said the new album grew on me, and I'll be seeing them live next month.

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