Asking Alexandria are releasing a deluxe version of their self-titled album on its second anniversary including demos, remixes, live tracks and more.

Dubbed LP5 DLX, the deluxe release is celebrating the highly successful record as the band continue working on their followup.

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The deluxe version of the album includes previously unheard versions of tracks including a full-band version of "Vultures," the original demo of "Rise Up" a Hyro The Hero mash-up of "Where Did It Go" and a Dex Luthor remix of "Alone In A Room." Elsewhere on the record is an acoustic version of "Alone In A Room" and the band's performance of "Perfect" from their live session at Sirius XM.

Guitarist Ben Bruce offers a statement on the new version of the record which you can read below.

"We are excited to celebrate the release of our self titled album by sharing with you, this deluxe edition that includes some extra goodies for you all to enjoy including the very first idea/recording of “Rise Up” and an all new, full band performance of our dark single Vultures. I hope you all enjoy these new renditions of some of our favourite songs from the last album. We love you guys and can’t wait to share what’s next with you all!"

The record also arrives with new commemorative posters and can be purchased here.

You can also listen to the album down below.

Vocalist Danny Worsnop will also be heading out on a solo tour at the start of 2020.

Earlier this year, Worsnop dropped his most recent solo album Shades Of Blue, which blends country, blues and soul.

What do you think of the deluxe version of Asking Alexandria's latest record dropping? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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