If there was ever an artist that should be chosen to soundtrack a romance novel, it would be Evanescence's Amy Lee. The range and emotion she brings to music does tend to pull at the heartstrings, and when you've got the lyrical content in a song like 'Bring Me to Life,' that's just the icing on the cake.
Looks like former Evanescence guitarist Ben Moody may be in some legal trouble. The musician and popular songwriter is reportedly being sued by Rider Management Inc. for $500,000 in unpaid commissions.
After narrowly losing out to Sharon den Adel of Within Tempation in the 2011 Rock Goddess of the Year competition, Evanescence siren Amy Lee earned the honor in the 2012 Loudwire Music Awards -- thanks to overwhelming support from her devoted fans.
Evanescence fans had to wait five years between 'The Open Door' and last year's self-titled album, and now singer Amy Lee is suggesting that fans may have to once again wait a while for album number four.
They're frequently portrayed in the press as a sort of electronic hive mind for mischief-makers, but the Internet hacking group known as Anonymous actually operates behind a social agenda -- one component of which is the online pursuit of child pornographers. It's the type of mission you'd think most people would easily agree on, but in one of the oddest news stories of the year, Anonymous is accusing Evanescence leader Amy Lee of shielding offenders in a "sick cover-up."
Evanescence will wrap up their headlining run on the 2012 Carnival of Madness tour tonight (Sept. 2) in Buffalo, N.Y. In an interview conducted at the Atlantic City, N.J. stop earlier in the run, Amy Lee and the band talk about the influence of relationships on their writing, working together as a cohesive unit, stage clothes and even pigtails.
Evanescence rose to mainstream success early in their career, but with their release of their latest self-titled disc, founding member Amy Lee considers her band more of an underground success. As the band kicks off the Carnival of Madness tour, Lee sat down with Fuse to talk about touring with Halestorm, her writing process and why she thinks Evanescence never fit in.
When the 2012 Carnival of Madness tour rolled into Boston, it seemed only fitting that the show would take shape under the tent of the Bank of America Pavilion on Boston’s waterfront. While the cotton candy and clowns were nowhere to be found, the spirit of rock was ever-present.
Grammy Award winning rock band Evanescence first invaded our eardrums with their infectious single ‘Bring Me to Life’ featuring Paul McCoy of 12 Stones. The tune is off of their 2003 debut studio album ‘Fallen’ which went double platinum and topped charts internationally.
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