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Evanescence is:
Amy Lee · Tim McCord · Will Hunt · Troy McLawhorn · Emma Anzai

Former members:
Ben Moody · David Hodges · William Boyd · John LeCompt · Rocky Gray · Terry Balsamo · Jen Majura

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Everything from A-Z · Songs · Merchandise · Concerts · Fonts and Logos · Pre-Fallen Material


Major EP and CD releases:
Evanescence EP · Sound Asleep EP · Origin · Mystary EP · Fallen · Anywhere but Home · The Open Door · Evanescence · Synthesis · Synthesis Live · The Bitter Truth

Bring Me to Life · Going Under · My Immortal · Everybody's Fool · Call Me When You're Sober · Lithium · Sweet Sacrifice · Good Enough · Together Again · What You Want · My Heart Is Broken · Lost in Paradise · Bring Me to Life (Synthesis) · Imperfection · Hi-Lo · The Chain · Wasted on You · The Game is Over · Use My Voice · Better Without You

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Synthesis is Evanescence's fourth studio album that was released on November 10, 2017. The album contains reworked music from their previous three albums and two new songs - all that focuses primarily on the orchestra and electronica elements. (more...)

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Recent news in the world of Evanescence

May 24, 2022

  • Evanescence have announced a new show with Sick Puppies at The Eagles Ballroom in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on July 18, 2022. Presale begins 12PM CT with code TheBitterTruth.

May 23, 2022

  • Evanescence have announced their new band member, Emma Anzai (also of the band Sick Puppies), who will play bass, and Tim McCord will take over the guitar. They also confirmed that there are more shows to be announced playing with Sick Puppies.

May 21, 2022

  • Evanescence have announced the departure of Jen Majura. The band posted this statement: "It has been a very special chapter in the band with our dear friend Jen Majura, but we have decided it’s time to go our separate ways. We will always love her and support her, and can’t wait to see what she does next! We are so grateful for the good times and great music we made all around the world together. We are hard at work rehearsing for our upcoming tour and will have some exciting news about the new lineup coming in the next few days, so stay tuned."

May 17, 2022

  • Evanescence and Korn have announced an additional show to their tour on September 7th at the United Supermarkets Arena in Lubbock, Texas. Presale begins 12PM local time with code Evanescence22 for tickets and VIP packages.

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