Amy Lee talked in a radio show via phone call in the WMMR 93.3 radio about next US festival dates in 2019 and new music with Evanescence:
Evanescence is part of the stacked lineup for next year’s MMRBQ! Amy Lee is ready to transition from the band’s orchestral performances back to a hard rock set. Is new music on the horizon for Evanescence? Will their next release be a traditional album, or a series of singles, or something entirely new? Hear it all in her conversation with Sara on MMR.
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Tim McCord has confirmed that he is recording new music for an upcoming solo album. He has posted a few pictures and video snippets of what he’s been working on in the studio on his Instagram page – which you can follow here. It’s currently unknown how many tracks the it will have, but his wife, Dani, said that he has at least 14 songs written for the release.
Tim will be recording the guitar, bass, and even vocals for this album! A special behind-the-scenes video has been filmed and will be posted soon. Stay tuned for updates!.
Evanescence vocalist Amy Lee has revealed that the success of the band’s 2003 debut Fallen was overshadowed by fears for the health of her brother.
In an exclusive interview with Kerrang!, Lee opens up about her personal life during the upswing of her band’s popularity following the release of the single Bring Me To Life.
“My life has been so full of extremes,” says Amy. “It’s hard to sum up what it was like when it was all happening because it was happening fast, but there was so much else happening at the same time. I’ve had major tragedies in my life and major victories, too. But at the time the first song, Bring Me To Life, made it to Number One in the UK, and the next song [Going Under, which charted at eight in the UK]… It was all happening and we were at the GRAMMYs.”
“That whole year, as much as it was wonderful, at the same time, my brother Robby was having brain surgery and facing the fact that he might not ever be okay,” she continues. “And my family was so happy and so excited for me, and I realised there was a lot of turmoil within the band behind the scenes at that time. There was so much going on. It was wonderful and also terrifying, and a lot of learning happened. I’m grateful for it all. In some ways, I’m a lot happier to be where I am now than where I was then.”
Evanescence’sSynthesis is out now on DVD and Blu-ray.
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.
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