Evanescence To Hit Australian Roads Next Year

Tuesday 10 October 2017

Evanescence To Hit Australian Roads Next Year

In support of the upcoming release of their fourth studio album 'Synthesis', American rockers Evanescence are headed for an Australian tour in February next year. They will play first at Brisbane Entertainment Centre then will fulfill their long-time dream of performing at the Sydney Opera House. Melbourne's Rod Laver Arena will host the final show.

'Synthesis', which is due out on 10 November, sees the band charting new musical territories. It is a collection of their greatest hits, re-recorded with orchestral arrangements and electronic undertones. Apart from these re-imagined classics, it also features three new tracks—"Overture", "Hi-Lo" and "Imperfection". Evanescence will melt your hearts and souls as they play the album from start to finish. To make it even more special, they will be backed up by world-class symphony orchestras such as the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, Sydney Symphony Orchestra and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.

Lead singer Amy Lee and ex-guitarist Ben Moody formed the band in mid-1990s. With their gothic aura and Amy's dark, piercing and emotive vocals, the band won a cult following and roared with worldwide smash hits like "Bring Me To Life feat. Paul McCoy", "My Immortal", "Call Me When You're Sober", "Sweet Sacrifice" and "Lithium" to name a few. The band also won 'Best New Artist' and 'Best Hard Rock Performance' for "Bring Me To Life" at the 46th Annual Grammy Awards.

Grab your tickets and prepare for some auditory pleasure with Evanescence, live this 2018!

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