Ukrainian vocalist Denis “Stoff” Shaforostov, who recorded one album with ASKING ALEXANDRIA, “The Black”, earlier than exiting the band in October 2016, has shot down Web chatter that he was killed throughout Russia’s ongoing invasion of his nation.
The rumors apparently began when his Wikipedia web page was up to date to point that he handed away on Sunday (March 13).
Earlier as we speak, Shaforostov took to his Instagram Story to put in writing: “I am nonetheless in a secure place and I am high-quality as we speak. Whoever faked my Wikipedia deserve what they deserve… Let’s pray collectively that this battle ends quickly. Love ya guys.”
After Denis left ASKING ALEXANDRIA greater than 5 years in the past, guitarist Ben Bruce stated in a video message that Shaforostov had “simply stopped speaking to us.”
He added: “When Denis first joined the band, folks inside the music business and followers alike, all of them instructed us these various things about Denis‘s previous, and we received many warnings, and we stated, that is his previous — forgive and neglect; we do not know any of that facet of issues. So we gave him the good thing about the doubt, and, , there is no smoke with out fireplace, and I assume we discovered that out the exhausting approach.”
Shaforostov has not spoken out about his departure from ASKING ALEXANDRIA, though he did tweet at one level that he “left AA as a result of I am unable to be in a touring band at this level in my life. There is no drama and I do not wish to be part of it.”
Singer Danny Worsnop rejoined ASKING ALEXANDRIA within the fall of 2016.
Shaforostov is at present a member of DRAG ME OUT, which can launch its second album, “Demons Away”, on Might 6 through their very own label imprint Lödereih Music.
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