Evanscence have been on an extended break, and recent news broke that frontwoman Amy Lee is suing her longtime record label for more than $1 million. But that doesn't mean Lee is not making any new music these days. The singer tells MTV that she's currently working on a film score for an upcoming movie.
Evanescence singer Amy Lee is reportedly suing Wind-Up Records for more than $1 million over unpaid royalties and other allegations, according to TMZ. Lee apparently claims that Wind-Up attempted to sabotage Evanescence by appointing the band under-qualified promoters who lacked useful ideas.
Eye Empire are set to headline the 'Battlefield of the Mind' benefit gig. The show will feature music from the military-centric documentary of the same name and provide proceeds for the Boot Campaign, which supports military veterans. The evening will also feature performances by Megadeth's David Ellefson, Evanescence's Troy McLawhorn, Staind's Sal G and Lo-Pro members Pete Murray and Neil Godfrey.
Sevendust guitarist Clint Lowery is taking a step back from the road temporarily, but the band has moved quickly to fill the void, selecting Evanescence's Troy McLawhorn to sit in on guitar during Lowery's absence. The Sevendust rocker is taking the time away to be at home with his lovely wife Tara as they await the birth of their daughter. This will be the couple's second child. They wed in 2010 and already have a son, born the same year.
Has it really been 10 years? On March 4, 2003, a little known band from Arkansas named Evanescence turned the music world on its ear with their powerful debut album, 'Fallen.' Led by the amazing vocal range and power of frontwoman Amy Lee and the songwriting of Lee and guitarist Ben Moody, the band hit on something that struck exactly the right chord with music fans.