Evanescence

EVANESCENCE HEADING INTO THE STUDIO FOR NEW ALBUM
Wind-up Records Scheduling a Fall 2011 Release
New York, NY
sophomore effort,
third studio album with producer Nick Raskulinecz, whose recent producing credits include Foo Fighters,
RUSH, Stone Sour, Deftones and Alice in Chains.
With what some call a meteoric rise to the top,
Following a three-year sabbatical after the multi-platinum, worldwide success of theirThe Open Door, Evanescence is going into the studio on April 11 to begin recording itsFallen brought the Little Rock, Arkansas band to global
success with more than 17 million records in the hands of fans worldwide, two Top 10 singles, “My
Immortal” and “Bring Me To Life,” two Grammy
® Awards in 2003 (Best New Artist and Best Hard Rock
Performance for “Bring Me To Life”).
The Open Door
Ocean Way Studios in March 2006 and marked the return of long-time friend and producer Dave Fortman.
was recorded in Los Angeles at The Record Plant in early 2006 and mixed at the venerable
The Open Door
was certified double platinum in the United States and has sold more than 5 million copies
worldwide. The album was defined by Amy Lee’s beautiful melodies, profound lyrics, stunning vocals and
poignan
ethereal blend perfectly rooted in the band’s rock and classical sensibilities, including the hit single “Call Me
When You’re Sober.”
t piano, merged with Terry Balsamo’s urgent, yet intricate guitar playing and formed a remarkable,
According to Evanescence front woman Amy Lee, "We can't wait to show everyone what we've been working
on! We've written more than an album of songs. We’ve been finding ourselves, reinventing our sound,
experimenting with things we've never done before and at the same time embracing the things we love most
about Evanescence. This journey has made us the strongest we’ve ever been as a band, and I am in love with
the music. Nick Rasculinecz is the perfect fit for this record and we are all very excited to get into the studio
together."
Wind-
up Records President Edward Vetri comments, “Amy and the band have been hard at work on the new
record. The time off has allowed Amy to expand the creative boundaries of Evanescence. We are very excited
to bring this music to the world.”
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