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Although the band's name may suggest a sudden vanishing, the music of Evanescence is poised for longevity. Fallen, the Wind-up Records debut of this talented quartet from Little Rock, Arkansas, is an emotional, ethereal work of undeniable potency guided by the heavenly vocals of Amy Lee. "We're definitely a rock band," says the 20-year-old Lee. "But the twist is that the band's music is epic, dramatic, dark rock." Fallenwas tracked in Los Angeles with producer Dave Fortman (Boysetsfire, Superjoint Ritual). The album successfully finds that intangible balance between lush beauty and primal heaviness. Typical of the record is the first single, "Bring Me To Life," a piano ballad-turned-riff-driven barnburner. Highlighted by a guest vocal from Paul McCoy of 12 Stones, the song is featured prominently in the Daredevilfilm and soundtrack.
On the band's highly anticipated 2006 album, The Open Door, Evanescencepresents the full-length studio debut of its new line-up, after the departure of founding guitarist Ben Moody and the addition of six-stringer Terry Balsamo. While this outing isn't a radical sonic departure for the goth-leaning heavy-rock band, the change clearly allowed vocalist Amy Lee to take the creative reins, and indulge even more in her flair for the ornate and dramatic, as evidenced by Door'sfairy tale-like artwork and urgent first single, "Call Me When You're Sober," which finds the singer cutting loose with her powerfully expressive voice. Fans worried about major stylistic shifts from Evanescencewill be relieved by this confident release, which logically furthers previous album Fallen'sbrooding alternative-metal sound.
(Piano/Vocal/Guitar Artist Songbook). The self-titled third CD from these Arkansas rockers debuted in the #1 slot on four Billboard charts Here are all 12 songs, including the hit singles "What You Want" and "My Heart Is Broken," plus: The Change * End of the Dream * Erase This * Lost in Paradise * Made of Stone * Never Go Back * Oceans * The Other Side * Sick * Swimming Home.
(Guitar Recorded Versions). The self-titled third CD by Arkansas rockers Evanescence debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart, as well as the Rock Albums, Digital Albums, Alternative Albums, and Hard Rock Albums charts. Our folio features tab transcriptions for all 12 songs: The Change * End of the Dream * Erase This * Lost in Paradise * Made of Stone * My Heart Is Broken * Never Go Back * Oceans * The Other Side * Sick * Swimming Home * and What You Want plus great photos of the band
Evanescence’sAnywhere But Home, captures one night of the magic as cameras entered The Zenith in Paris to capture the phenomenon. The two-disc DVD/CD features Evanescence’s sold-out European tour and is offered in both 5.1 and two-track audio mixes. In addition to the live concert DVD, which was directed by Hamish Hamilton (U2, Peter Gabriel), Anywhere But Homealso includes a CD of the concert presented in a two-track mix, and the previously unreleased studio recording of the composition "Missing." The DVD features the band's four music videos, an hour-long behind-the-scenes program, and some special surprises in addition to the concert film. The special surprises will be discovered by the viewer as they navigate the menus designed exclusively for this special release.
Fallen is the first full-length album by American alternative metal band Evanescence. It was released on the Wind-up Records label, and was their first album to be released worldwide. The album has sold over fifteen million copies worldwide and is the band's most successful album to date. Amy Lee said in an interview in Australia MTV's The Lair, that she never wrote together with Ben; she always started on her own, then presented her ideas to Ben and did arrangements. However, they were Amy's feelings that inspired many songs on Fallen.
Evanescence is the self-titled third studio album by American rock band Evanescence. The album is scheduled for release on October 11, 2011, through Wind-up Records. The band started the writing process for the album on June 2009. The release of the album was changed several times. First, on February 22, 2010 the band entered in the studio with the producer Steve Lillywhite but later they stopped recording the album with him because "it wasn't coming out nicely".
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