EvTodEvanescenceFansite
Your 10 years old Evanescence fansite
by evtodEnero 22 2020No Comments">No Comments

Behind The Scenes of “The Chain” Music Video

Watch the official behind the scenes of the making of “The Chain (from Gears 5)” music video.

Filmed by Graham Fielder

by evtodEnero 22 2020No Comments">No Comments

Evanescence is Working With Multiple Producers

In the interview for CoS Amy 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.

continue reading
by evtodEnero 14 2020No Comments">No Comments

“The Chain” Music Video Reaches 1 Million Views

In just 5 days the “The Chain” music video already reaches 1 million views on YouTube. Watch the video here.

by evtodEnero 13 2020No Comments">No Comments

Body Count Welcome Amy Lee, Jamey Jasta + More for ‘Carnivore’ Album

Who’s hungry for kickass metal for 2020? Body Count should satisfy some of those appetites, unleashing their Carnivore album on March 6. The band issued the title track just before the end of 2019, and now they’re revealing more details about the upcoming set.

The 11-song album will feature multiple collaborations, with Evanescence’s Amy Lee appearing on a track called “When I’m Gone,” Hatebreed‘s Jamey Jasta turning up on “Another Level” and Power Trip‘s Riley Gale rocking out on “Point the Finger.”

Also of note, Body Count are continuing their tradition of covering legendary metal tracks. This time out, Motorhead‘s “Ace of Spades” gets the Body Count treatment. It should also be pointed out that two of Ice-T’s rap favorites — “Colors” and “6 in Tha Morning” — are included in the track listing, likely getting a rocked up update. Check out the full track listing and artwork below.

Body Count‘s Carnivore is due March 6 through Century Media. You can pre-order yours right here. And be sure to catch Body Count on the road later this year. Dates can be found here.

Body Count, Carnivore Artwork + Track Listing

1 – “Carnivore”
2 – “Point the Finger” (featuring Riley Gale)
3 – “Bum-Rush”
4 – “Ace of Spades”
5 – “Another Level” (featuring Jamey Jasta)
6 – “Colors (2020)”
7 – “No Remorse”
8 – “When I’m Gone” (featuring Amy Lee)
9 – “Thee Critical Beatdown”
10 – “The Hate Is Real”
11 – “6 in Tha Morning (2020)” (unreleased demo)

Source: Loudwire

by evtodEnero 10 2020No Comments">No Comments

Evanescence Releases Powerful Music Video For “The Chain (From Gears 5)”

BAND IS CURRENTLY IN THE STUDIO WORKING ON NEW ORIGINAL MUSIC

SPRING TOUR BEGINS ON MARCH 29 WITH A PERFORMANCE AT DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL JAPAN

Watch the new video for “The Chain” here.

“The most successful hard rock band of the past two decades” – Forbes

“Amy Lee firmly re-establishes herself as one of rock’s pre-eminent vocalists, exhibiting an impressive range that still packs a wallop” – Variety

“Amy Lee’s voice remains vibrant, soaring and sweet. She makes disappointment sound like romance.” – New York Times

“Haunting, powerful, and packed with poetic truth, Lee’s voice is one of the strongest in the game—recognizable and unparalleled.” – Nylon

Transcendent, two-time GRAMMY® Award-winning rock band, Evanescence, has released the official music video for their first new rock recording in eight years, “The Chain (From Gears 5).” Directed by frequent collaborator, P.R. Brown (My Chemical Romance, John Mayer, Green Day), the piece blends powerful, epic performance visuals with footage from the launch trailer for Xbox Game Studios’ Gears 5 from the massively popular Gears of War franchise. To emulate the aesthetic of Gears 5, a miniature set was constructed for the music video that parallels the dystopian environment of the game. Watch it HERE, and listen to the song on all digital streaming platforms HERE.

“The lyrics make me feel the power of standing together against great forces trying to pull us apart, perhaps even from the inside. I really wanted to drive that home in our version,” lead singer Amy Lee elaborates. P.R. Brown adds, “The goal of the video is to show the bond of this band as they deliver a powerful take on a classic song. The tie in with Gears 5 presented an opportunity to combine the game world together with the band performance in a post-apocalyptic setting. The band emerges from the ashes to come together. We wanted to bring these worlds together and feel both the force of the band and the game.”

continue reading
by evtodEnero 03 2020No Comments">No Comments

Evanescence star Amy Lee ‘blown away’ by Scottish fanbase after 20 years of touring the world

Evanescence star Amy Lee admits she is still blown away by her fanbase in Scotland after nearly 20 years of touring the world.

The rocker, 37, will return to her favourite country next year alongside fellow big-hitters Within Temptation as part of a blockbuster partnership.

And the “Bring Me To Life” and “My Immortal” singer admits she still gets goosebumps any time she gets on a Scottish stage.

Amy says: “It is the coolest. The atmosphere is always awesome and we are blown away by it.

“It doesn’t matter how often it happens, it always comes as a surprise.

“It’s a gift that we get to travel all over the place and visit places like Scotland where I might have never had the chance to go had it not been for Evanescence.

“I like to experience another country and culture, eat their food, then get on stage.

“The extra gift is them knowing our music when we perform and knowing we have touched them in some way.

continue reading
1 2 3 33
EvTodEvanescenceFansite

disclaimer


EvTod is owned and operated by Javo. This site is a non-profit fan resource only and is in no way affiliated with Evanescence or any of Evanescence's representation. All images and text are for resource use only and are copyright to their owners. They are used for non-profit use in accordance with section 107 of the US Copyright Law. No infringement intended.

official links


Evanescence on Twitter Evanescence on Facebook Evanescence on Instagram Evanescence on YouTube Evanescence on Spotify