The 2012 Carnival of Madness lineup has been announced and with female fronted bands Evanescence and Halestorm leading the charge, the annual tour is chock full of girl power. But there's room for the gents, too, as Chevelle and New Medicine round out the bill, serving up a stellar lineup of today's best acts in modern hard rock.
While rock may be a male dominated world, when the women speak, they do so loudly. Two great examples of that are Amy Lee and her band Evanescence and Lzzy Hale with Halestorm. The two leading ladies have been crossing paths lately and have nothing but kind and supportive words for each other.
Evanescence singer Amy Lee's vocal power is on full display once again in the band's latest single, 'Lost in Paradise,' and it's leaving behind a little bit of a chemtrail in the new lyric video for the song.
Evanescence have never been apologetic about taking their time between discs. When their latest self-titled album was released last year in October, almost five years had passed since their previous album. With that in mind, Fuse recently caught up with Evanescence before their performance at the Beale Street Music Festival (May 4-6) in Memphis, Tenn. to ask them about it.
Whether or not we believe in the concept of guilty musical pleasures, most of us enjoy a few songs and artists that we'd rather not be caught listening to -- and rock's biggest acts are no different, as evidenced by a recent Fuse piece that asked famous rockers to share the darkest secrets of their personal playlists.
Evanescence's Amy Lee was awarded the Best Vocalist honor at the 2012 Revolver Golden Gods Awards. Having just belted out 'Made of Stone' and other tunes for the award show audience, it's no surprise that the celebrated singer took home the prize.
Possibly three of the hottest females in rock were all front and center at the 2012 Revolver Golden Gods Awards, as Lacuna Coil's Cristina Scabbia and Halestorm's Lzzy Hale brought Evanescence to the stage at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles.
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