It was one and done for singer Denis Stoff in Asking Alexandria, but the vocalist has rebounded with a new band he's formed called Drag Me Out. The group just dropped their first taste of new music with the single "I'm Sorry" and will be releasing their future offerings through Sumerian Records.

Stoff is joined in the band by guitarist Stas Belov, bassist Easy Target and drummer Chris Nokia. The track itself leans on the heavier side, but Stoff gets to express both the power in his voice as well as some melody. Check out the video for the song below.

The vocalist says of his musical return, "I just want to say thank you so much to my fans for staying with me through some of the toughest times of my life. Wherever I go, they would follow me til the end and that's what I cherish the most. They understand me and where I'm coming from when the change is coming, which lets me stay comfortable with myself and my music. With that being said, I would love to present the new chapter of my life and my career — DRAG ME OUT. Please, enjoy the new sound. It's made for you."

While there is no word yet on the full album release, for those interested you can pick up the "I'm Sorry" song at this location. Fans can also stay up to date with the group at their website, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts.

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