Amy Lee Says Evanescence Will Release New Music “Hopefully Next Year”
While this year is relatively active on the tour front for Evanescence, fans have been wondering when new music from the band could potentially arrive.
Luckily some promising news broke over the weekend, with vocalist Amy Lee revealing that, as well as touring festivals and headline shows, they’re also going to be putting a lot of focus on the follow-up to 2017’s Synthesis – with new music coming “hopefully next year.”
“This is sort of a creation year for us,” the singer tells SiriusXM’s Grant Random. “We’re playing a few festivals and some headlining shows — a little bit, but not too heavy. And in the time in between, getting together and starting the writing process for a new album.
“We’re just gonna get together and see what happens this month, and start doing that more regularly until we feel like we’re ready to do it.”
Watch the interview below.
Catch Evanescence live at the following dates:
14 Bethlehem, PA – Sands Bethlehem Event Center
15 Washington, DC – The Anthem
18 Camden, NJ – MMRBQ Festival
19 Uncasville, CT – Mohegan Sun Arena
18 Cadott, WI – Rock Fest
28 Bangor, ME – Impact Festival
1 Aarburg, Switzerland @ Riverside Open Air Festival
2 Verona, Italy @ Arena di Verona Open Air Festival
4 Pilsen, Czech Republic @ DEPO 2015
5 Brno, Czech Republic @ Výstaviště
7 Trnava, Slovakia @ Stadion Antona Malatinskeho
8 Budapest, Hungary @ Budapest Arena
11 Sofia, Bulgaria @ Arena Armeec
13 Istanbul, Turkey @ Volkswagen Arena
15 Bucharest, Romania @ Arenele Romane Theatre
18 Minsk, Belarus @ Sports Palace
20 Kiev, Ukraine @ Stereo Plaza
22 Voronezh, Russia @ Grad Grand Hall
24 Moscow, Russia @ Crocus City Hall
26 St. Petersburg, Russia @ Yubi Arena
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