Evanescence released a clip of “Lacrymosa” from the upcoming DVD, Synthesis Live, available to pre-order now! http://smarturl.it/evanescencelive
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.”
Is that time of the year where we rewind the best moments from 2017, so here we have 7 favs moments we consider are important for us and the band history.
1. South American Tour
What was your best moment of 2017?. For me, without a doubt is the tour of the band through South America!. The band visited some countries of South America last year beginning with Brazil (Brasilia) on April 20 ending in Chile (Santiago) on May 4.
20/04/2017 – Net Live @ Brasilia, Brazil (Tickets)
22/04/2017 – Vivo Rio @ Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Tickets)
23/04/2017 – Espaço das Americas @ Sao Paulo, Brazil (Tickets)
27/04/2017 – Agora Casa de la Cultura @ Quito, Ecuador (Tickets)
29/04/2017 – Festival Vivo El Rock @ Lima, Perú (Tickets)
02/05/2017 – Tecnopolis @ Buenos Aires, Argentina (Tickets)
04/05/2017 – Movistar Arena @ Santiago, Chile (Tickets)
Here some of the most memorable moments of the tour:
In these two new episodes of “Evanescence News” we talk again about Track by Track by Amy Lee. This time is the opportunity for the songs “Bring Me To Life”, “Unraveling”, “Lacrymosa” and “The End Of The Dream”.
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Ever wish you could play the piano like Evanescence’s Amy Lee?
WATCH Amy break down her piano skills by showing us how to play “Your Star”. You can catch this version of the song live during Evanescence‘s current Synthesis tour.
Source: CBC Music on YouTube
Through the official facebook of the band Amy Lee is doing a track-by-track of the album Synthesis. Read the second part with four more songs here:
“The original was based on Mozart’s ‘Requiem’ and the movie Amadeus, which is why it was a natural choice to include. It was something I’d wanted to do for a long time before we did it on The Open Door album. ‘Lacrymosa’ is one of my favorite pieces of classical music. I’ve always been proud of the song. To do it now, and get to pump up the orchestra and classical music aspect of it, feels really good. I threw in a little bit of opera in there instead of the choir in the original. I feel like it’s a cool piece of who I am. Not on a corny level, just a teeny-tiny taste.”