Evanescence Announces New LP and Fall Tour

August 14, 2017
Singer Amy Lee of Evanescence during performance at festival Rock for People in Hradec Kralove, Czech republic, July 6, 2017.

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Evanescence have just announced their fourth studio album, Synthesis, will drop sometime this fall, and while it will offer fans two new tracks, it’ll focus on reimagined versions of old favorites.

Synthesis will pull from their catalog, taking beloved Evanescence songs and setting them to a full orchestra with electronics. Listen to the Synthesis version of "Bring Me to Life" below!

The band worked with Will Hunt (producer) and David Campbell (composer) to bring the album to life, and the orchestra paired with Amy Lee’s vocals and piano will no doubt make this a pretty cool album.

The Synthesis Live tour, which will be the band’s first time touring with a full orchestra, kicks off October 14 in Vegas and wraps December 19 in Portland. Ticket purchasers will receive a free Synthesis download once it’s released this fall.