“Bring Me To Life”, “My Immortal”, “My Heart Is Broken” and “Hi-Lo” are part of the full “Synthesis Live” DVD trailer that you can watch now on YouTube and here!
Ahead of the release of their forthcoming new Synthesis Live DVD, Evanescence are premiering a show-stopping new clip of “My Immortal”, exclusively with Kerrang!.
Filmed last autumn on the band’s incredible Synthesis tour, Evanescence are set to release state-of-the-art footage from the shows on October 12 via Eagle Vision – but you can get a taste of what’s to come early with this amazing footage below. Watch “My Immortal” now, and be sure to pre-order Synthesis Live right here.
The tracklist is as follows:
2. Never Go Back
4. The End Of The Dream
5. My Heart Is Broken
7. Bring Me To Life
8. Unravelling (Interlude)
10. Secret Door
12. Lost In Paradise
13. Your Star
14. My Immortal
15. The In-between (Piano Solo)
17. Speak To Me
18. Good Enough
19. Swimming Home
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Amy Lee spoke with Loudwire about the tour of Synthesis with Lindsey Stirling and Cellogram, as was the idea of the cover of Ozzy + Sia and the plans after the end of the tour. Check out the interview here:
Evanescence‘s Amy Lee has been fulfilling a creative passion over the past year, first releasing the Synthesis album including reimagined orchestral versions of the band’s music and then taking their show on the road with orchestral backing. Earlier this summer, Evanescence kicked off a co-headline tour with Lindsey Stirling; see the list of tour dates here.
We spoke with Lee about the tour, Stirling and opening act Cellogram, and the unique Ozzy Osbourne-Sia show-closing mashup. Lee also spoke about Evanescence‘s future plans, which includes a loose timeline to start their next album. continue reading
Since Evanescence released its multiplatinum debut, Fallen, in 2003, band leader Amy Lee has taken her time in crafting successive albums. Her determination to make quality-driven music has resulted in a limited studio output that includes 2006’s The Open Door and 2011’s Evanescence. It’s a risky approach, but it doesn’t stress her too much.
“I really don’t worry about it. Maybe that sounds crazy, but I feel like too much emphasis is put on the time and maybe not enough on the products,” says the songwriter-performer. “I just want to make something great. If I can’t make something awesome that I’m not ready for or don’t believe in… I won’t make it.”
And the day has arrived, Evanescence announced through its networks a new DVD.
And the news is….! We are very excited to announce that Synthesis Live with Orchestra, filmed on our tour by the one and only Paul Brown and mixed by Damian Taylor, will be available on DVD/Blu-Ray/Digital on 10/12. Pre-order your copy now! http://smarturl.it/evanescencelive
Here are the details of the launch:
In 2003, Evanescence released Fallen, one of the most decade-defining albums (and one of the most successful debut albums of all time) and have gone on to became one of the most well-loved & respected bands of their generation. In the 15 years since their debut, Evanescence founder and lead-singer, Amy Lee, toured the world, has scored motion picture films and even took a 3 year break to start a family. In late 2017, Evanescence re-emerged from their hiatus with Synthesis — a reimagining of their best-known songs with orchestra, electronics and an accompanying sold-out and highly acclaimed world tour.
On November 3, 2017 Evanescence performed Synthesis Live in front of a sold out crowd at the Grand Theater at Foxwoods Casino in CT.