In the interview for CoSAmy Lee confirmed that they will work with more than one producer, including “Evanescence” producer Nick Raskulinecz.
Evanescence mastermind Amy Lee gives Kyle Meredith a call to discuss covering Fleetwood Mac’s “The Chain” for Gears of War 5. Lee talks about the mystery of Stevie Nicks, the influence of Beth Gibbons from Portishead, and the differences in writing for gaming versus film soundtracks. The “Bring Me To Life” singer then gives us clues into their next album, which is currently in production. Lee says it’s the summation of everything they’ve done so far with plenty of new moments. The band is working with multiple producers to center in on different styles and hope to begin releasing singles sooner than later.
Safety issues at Knotfest Meets Forcefest in Mexico caused both Evanescence and Slipknot to cancel their sets, which left some attendees angry as they turned to destruction to vent their frustrations. Amid the chaos, Evanescence‘s onstage gear was set on fire.
The cancelations were the result of a broken barricade, which organizers attempted to repair so the festival could resume. Unfortunately, there was no way to fix the damaged barrier in time as Slipknot expressed the safety of both bands and fans was “priority number one” as they regretfully were unable to take the stage as scheduled.
As seen in a video shared on Facebook, festival attendees overstepped the barricade as they made their way onstage, picking apart Evanescence‘s equipment, which was already set up. The drums were piled up and set ablaze as others looked on.
“We are very excited to join forces with Within Temptation for what I know will be an epic tour in April. We’ve had people ask us about doing something together for a long time, and we’re going to make it worth the wait! Looking forward to hearing Sharon’s gorgeous voice every night!” – Amy Lee
In what promises to be one of the biggest tours of next year Evanescence and Within Temptation confirmed they have joined forces for Worlds Collide, a massive co-headline European tour kicking off in Brussels, Belgium on 4th April 2020. VIP pre-sale begins 9 a.m. BST 17th September followed by general on sale on 20th September. Tickets are available HERE.
Den Adel commented: “We’ve got exciting news…In April we’re going to team up with Evanescence to bring you a very special co-headline tour! This is going to be a tour YOU don’t want to miss 🙂”
April 2020: Sat 4th Belgium, Brussels Palais 12 Sun 5th France, Paris Accor Hotel ArenaTues 7th UK, London The O2Thurs 9th Germany, Berlin VelodromeSat 11th Germany, Frankfurt FesthalleSun 12th Switzerland, Zurich HallenstadionTues 14th Italy, Milan Mediolanum ForumWed 15th Germany, Munich ZenithFri 17th Germany, Hamburg SporthalleSat 18th Germany, Leipzig ArenaMon 20th Germany, Dusseldorf Mitsubishi HallTue 21st Netherlands, Amsterdam Ziggodome
CODE: WTEV20A variety of VIP ticket packages are available to ensure fans obtain the best seats in the house. Other VIP benefits include the opportunity to meet the band and attend their sound check, plus receive exclusive merchandise items. For full details go to: www.evanescence.com
During the Evanescence show at Arena Di Verona in Verona, Italy, Amy Lee surprised Italian fans by playing for the first time the cover of the original song “L’amore esiste” from italian singer Francesca Michielin, cover she released in February of 2017. It was the right time and she gave it to the fans. Watch the video here.
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