When Amy Lee of Evanescence hits the stage, she’s a one woman wrecking ball of energy, raw emotion, and unparalleled vocals. When you bolster Lee's presence with the rest of the group (Troy McLawhorn on guitar, Terry Balsamo on lead guitar, Tim McCord on bass, and Will Hunt on drums), the true vision of the band starts to take shape; Lee’s voice settling in to the wall of beautiful sound that builds around her soaring and majestic vocals, fitting together like perfectly crafted gothic puzzle pieces.
Last week, Evanescence released their self-titled third studio album and now it lands at No. 1 on the latest Billboard 200 chart by selling 127,000 copies in its first week of release. Evanescence bumped out 'American Idol' winner Scotty McCreery's debut disc ‘Clear as Day' from the top spot.
Evanescence hit the outdoor stage at 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' in Los Angeles for the episode that aired last night, performing their latest single 'What You Want' and the decidedly heavier 'Going Under,' which was released back in 2003. The mix of current and classic Evanescence certainly pleased the crowd.
With their new self-titled album making its debut on Oct. 11 (read our review here) and their North America tour under way as of Oct. 10, it’s been a busy week for Evanescence. But, according to singer Amy Lee, it’s just the start of big things to come.
Evanescence songstress Amy Lee first brought fans to life with her soaring vocals and stunning good looks with the hit single 'Bring Me to Life.' Eight years later this frontwoman proves she's still got it as Revolver magazine names her as the Hottest Chick in Hard Rock for 2011.
With the new self-titled Evanescence album due out on Oct.11, singer Amy Lee recently talked to Billboard about the writing process and what became of the original material that was written and then scrapped for this new album.
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