Evanescence to finally release a new studio album after a long hiatus from the music industry but the album isn’t what you think…

Evanescence may have disappeared from the music industry for a long 6 years but the band is finally reuniting and coming back for a new album…. however, though, the album isn’t what you think it is. The album won’t be an album full of their original rock songs. It’s going to be something different this time around.

This album is gonna be a collection of all their songs from their past three albums but they’re getting rid of their heavy distorted rock sound like they’re known for. They’re going for a classical and electronica approach with their sound. Yes that means there will be a full orchestra with real orchestra musicians playing in their studio. Amy Lee says there will be both strings and brass instruments in orchestra. Amy also says while the album will be mostly their old songs she said there will be two new original songs, though.

Yeah, we’ll be hearing songs like “My Immortal”, “Call Me When You’re Sober”, “Bring Me To Life”, “Going Under”, “Everybody’s Fool”, etc. with a full orchestra and all added with electronica sounds.

Amy even says she’s taking the full orchestra on tour with them too.

I’m a pretty big Evanescence fan so I’m looking forward to this album for sure. This project sounds interesting.

Kev

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One thought on “Evanescence to finally release a new studio album after a long hiatus from the music industry but the album isn’t what you think…”

  1. I agree this should be good. I got all excited when I saw the video on FaceBook and I am genuinely looking forward to it however I am going to miss their sound and would like more than two new songs.

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