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We are very psyched to see some of our favorite bands and getting all of our fans together for this amazing festival," says EVANESCENCE frontwoman AMY LEE.
Evanescence played just about everything from their debut album, adding the unreleased Even In Death and a snarling cover of the Smashing Pumpkins' Zero.
7 -- color) Best new artist Evanescence stayed true to its goth roots in dressing for the 2004 Grammy Awards show.
We are thrilled to offer live performances from GRAMMY-winning artists such as Evanescence at The Pearl on the iTunes Store," said Palms owner George Maloof.
Her former boyfriend, with whom she formed Evanescence, has admitted he battled a drink and drugs habit while in the band before quitting the outfit in 2003.
Color may nor belong to the domain of language, as Dave Hickey insists in a review of Batchelor's Chromophobia, but it's precisely this slippery evanescence that Finch records and recounts.
19 /PRNewswire/ -- Evanescence has announced the second leg of U.
We Are is the first track to be taken from the Spider-man 2 soundtrack and it's very much cut from the same cloth as the likes of Nickelback and Evanescence.
IRVINE - After KROQ-FM radio announced to fans Saturday morning that Evanescence bowed out of Weenie Roast 2003 because of illness in the band, it sounded like another blow to gender parity.
The tiny and seemingly fragmentary glimpses of human life convey a fragility an poignancy in their evanescence.
Over the past year, Breaking Benjamin has toured non-stop with the likes of Korn, Evanescence, Saliva, Staind, Godsmack, Alter Bridge and Fuel.
Flyleaf currently holds the lead in the Best of 2006 category, with My Chemical Romance, AFI, Pearl Jam and Evanescence within striking distance.