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Evanescence is:
Amy Lee · Terry Balsamo · Tim McCord

Guest members:
Will Hunt · Troy McLawhorn

Former members:
David Hodges · Ben Moody · William Boyd · John LeCompt · Rocky Gray

Related stuff:
Everything from A-Z · Songs · Merchandise · Concerts · Fonts and Logos


Major EP and CD releases:
Evanescence EP · Sound Asleep EP · Origin · Mystary EP · Fallen
Anywhere But Home · The Open Door

Bring Me To Life · Going Under · My Immortal · Everybody's Fool
Call Me When You're Sober · Lithium · Sweet Sacrifice · Good Enough

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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

September 29, 2022

  • Evanescence have announced that they will be going on a Spring 2023 North American tour with Muse. Pre-sale begins October 4th and general sale begins October 7th. Visit for more details!

September 27, 2022

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September 14, 2022

  • At last night's show in Spokane, Washington, Sonny Sandoval, lead singer of P.O.D., joined Evanescence on stage to sing the rap parts of Bring Me to Life. Watch a clip of the duet here.

September 4, 2022

  • Evanescence have confirmed on Twitter that they are planning shows for 2023, and countries high on the priority list include Canada, Mexico and South America. No official dates or venues have been confirmed yet.

August 16, 2022

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