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Evanescence will be breaking out their passports this fall, announcing new international tour dates for September. The band are heading on a string of 14 European dates after wrapping up their shows on U.S. soil this spring and summer.
Amy Lee shared news of the tour via Twitter early this morning, expressing her excitement for the overseas trip.“Europe! You’ve been asking, so we answered. 14 new dates this Sept across 11 countries. Pre-sale begins tomorrow at 10am local. Use the password EUROPE19. On-sale begins Friday, May 3 at 10am local. All dates at http://www.evanescence.com
Europe! You’ve been asking, so we answered. 14 new dates this Sept across 11 countries.— Evanescence (@evanescence) April 29, 2019
Pre-sale begins tomorrow at 10am local. Use the password EUROPE19.
On-sale begins Friday, May 3 at 10am local. All dates at https://t.co/FUcOknd1wl - tell us what show you’ll be attending! pic.twitter.com/iizu5xjPao
You can pre-order the Limited edition Fallen vinyl at Target! Click here to pre-order.
We’re EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE our limited edition colored vinyl. These will be available in May exclusively in @target. For #FallenSweet16 we're giving away a few signed copies & one grand-prize winner will get a signed vinyl boxset of our entire collection! #FallenSweet16— Evanescence (@evanescence) March 25, 2019
Taking cues from the worlds of classical and metal, Evanescence have always been a unique property amongst the early-noughties explosion of bands. But what records are responsible for changing the life and music of frontwoman Amy Lee? Let’s find out.
The first album I ever bought was…
The California Raisins– The California Raisins Sing The Hit Songs (1987)
“The California Raisins! Ha ha! It’s claymation raisins doing cover songs of The Four Tops etc. It was a big thing in the ‘80s and I was five years old. I must be the first person to ever be talking about The California Raisins in Metal Hammer.”
The album I wish I’d made is…
Nine Inch Nails – The Downward Spiral (1994)
“That’s a hard question! Oh man, The Downward Spiral. I want so many things out of music, but if that was my record… I could sing that whole thing and be very happy. I have all of NIN’s records, but …Downward Spiral is my favourite.”
The album that broke my heart is…
Björk – Vespertine (2001)
“Vespertine by Björk. It’s really eerie and mellow and it has pagan poetry on it. There are a couple of songs on there that are so beautiful and are, to me anyway, about letting go and accepting things in a really beautiful and kinda sad way.”
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Universal Music Japan is preparing a new “Synthesis Live” format, this time it will be in CD mode and will contain the material equivalent to DVD + CD and Bluray + CD released last year with a total of 19 tracks.
The launch is expected for March 27, 2019 and can be purchased @ https://www.universal-music.co.jp/evanescence/products/uicy-15812/
NEW HEADLINE SHOWS THIS MAY! Get first access to tickets and VIP packages now by heading to the link below and signing in/signing up with your Ticketmaster account. From there, select the show you’d like to attend, number of tickets, and your payment information. If your request is successful, tickets will automatically be selected and purchased for you –making it simple and hands-free. Registration ends on Wednesday, February 6 at 12pm ET http://evanescence.shop.ticketstoday.com/
General on-sale starts this Friday, February 8 at 10am local times. We’ll see you all soon!
Evanescence have confirmed new music for 2019. The band additionally say that their forthcoming release will be a follow-up to 2011’s self-titled record.
“We all really wanna do it,” Lee says. “And it’s not one of those things where it’s, like, ‘Someday, maybe we’ll do something again.’ Everybody’s on board, and we’re getting together to do a few shows next year in [the self-titled] style — partially because I think it’ll be good for us to get back to that root, just get back to playing Evanescence-style rock and roll and just jive together again.”
Lee says that the band has no large touring plans next year. Other than a few shows, Lee wants to be able to have the time to flush out new ideas.
Lee continues to explain how the majority of the time spent with her band is composed of remembering and practicing their already-recorded discography for large tours. However, she says that they are always constantly inspired by one another. Lee says that within the next year, she is excited to carry out those inspirations with new music. [Source]