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Evanescence’s frontwoman Amy Lee has just unveiled details regarding the unique project the band has been working on over the course of the last few months.
“This album is about orchestra and electronica,” the singer shared in an announcement video. “We’re taking our music, stripping out the big distorted guitars, stripping out the rock drums and replacing it with full orchestration and a completely synthetic world of beats and sounds.”
The album, titled Synthesis, received its name “because it is a synthesis. The combination – the contrast, the synergy between the organic and the synthetic, and also the past and the present,” she continued.
Synthesis is the latest from the band in six years. Evanescence also revealed a tour will follow, supporting the record’s release. They hit the road beginning this fall, equipped with a complete orchestra.
You can watch Lee’s full announcement here.
Next month, the band is slated to make their way across Europe and Russia to play a series of shows listed below.
June 7- Crans Pres Celigny Caribana Festival, France
June 10- Vantaa Rockfest, Finland
June 13- London Eventim Apollo, UK
June 14- London Eventim Apollo, UK
June 17- Tilburg 013, Netherlands
June 18- Dessel Graspop, Belgium
June 20:-Warsaw Torwar, Poland
June 21- Trakai Island Castle Summer Festival, Lithuania
June 23- St Petersburg Club A2, Russia
June 24- Moscow Stadium Live, Russia
June 26- Kiev Stereo Plaza, Ukraine
June 29- Bucharest Arenele Romane, Romania
June 30- Plovdiv Music Festival, Bulgaria
July 2- Athens Rockwave Festival, Greece
July 4- Milan Summer Festival, Italy
July 6- Hradec Kralove Rock For People, Czech Republic
July 8- Pratteln Z7 Summer Nights Open Air, Switzerland
July 9- Colgne Palladium, Germany