Denis Alexandrovich Shaforostov, also known by his stage name Denis Stoff, is a Ukrainian musician best known for his work as a guitarist and vocalist of the Ukrainian metalcore group Make Me Famous and as the ex-lead vocalist of the British rock band Asking Alexandria during original singer Danny Worsnop's 18-month hiatus from the band. Shaforostov showcased an early interest in music through his YouTube channel "above92" which contains vocal and guitar covers of his favorite songs dating back to as far as 2008. He furthered the momentum of his YouTube popularity through the formation of Make Me Famous. After Make Me Famous broke up, he founded Down & Dirty but shortly left that band in the wake of his involvement with Asking Alexandria. However, Stoff parted ways with Asking Alexandria in 2016 when the band reunited with Danny Worsnop. He is currently the lead vocalist for the band Drag Me Out.
|Native name||Денис Шафоростов|
|Birth name||Denis Alexandrovich Shaforostov|
|Also known as||Denis Stoff|
|Born||May 04, 1992, Khartsyz, Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine|
|Genres||Metalcore, electronicore, hard rock, alternative rock, hip hop|
|Instruments||Vocals, guitar, keyboards|
|Associated acts||Drag Me Out, Asking Alexandria, Down & Dirty, Make Me Famous, Origami|
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Vocalist best known as the former lead singer of the band Asking Alexandria. He previously sang and played guitar for Make Me Famous and Down & Dirty.
He got noticed by millions of people and multiple record labels by making YouTube covers and original songs.
He dropped out of school to pursue music as a career. His parents were supportive of his decision.
He was born to Nataliia Shaforostova and Oleksandr Shaforostov. They influenced him to take guitar lessons as a child.
He and guitarist Ben Bruce became bandmates in Asking Alexandria.
- Ukrainian rock singers
- Ukrainian male singers
- Ukrainian rock guitarists
Latest information about Denis Shaforostov updated on May 10 2021.