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Evanescence

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Within Temptation and Evanescence with Smash Into Pieces at Barclays Arena (December 7, 2022)
Hamburg, Germany

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Evanescence was founded by
Amy Lee when she met guitarist Ben Moody at a youth camp. They started writing
songs together and after a couple of their tracks were played on local radio,
they assembled Evanescence in 1995 in Little Rock, Arkansas to play the songs
live. They were signed by the Wind-Up label and in 2003 recorded their first
album, Fallen. It’s mix of goth and metal turned them into international
stars, selling over 15 million records and spending over a year on the US
charts. They also won the Grammy for Best New Artist in 2004. At the height of
their success, however, Lee and Moody had major artistic differences resulting
in Moody quitting the band and being replaced by Terry Balsamo from Cold. It
was the catalyst for their biggest hit, the dramatic “Bring Me to Life”,
with a guest vocal from Paul McCoy of 12 Stones. After 2006’s follow-up, The
Open Door
topped the album charts, Bassist Will Boyd left followed by John
LeCompt and Rocky Gray, the latter two both leaving to join Moody's band We Are
the Fallen. New members joined and Evanescence took a short hiatus to work out
their new direction. Their self-titled 2011 album returned them to Number 1 on
the album chart. They toured across America, leaving behind their record label
and becoming independent artists. In 2017 Lee issued a solo single, “Speak
to Me”
, in 2017, as well as a new Evanescence album, Synthesis. Four
years later they returned with The Bitter Truth