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Evanescence Announce New Album, The Bitter Truth

You can also pre-order Evanescence’s new song ahead of its release next Friday

Let’s end the week with some good news, shall we: Evanescence have announced their new album, The Bitter Truth, and have opened pre-orders for the first track, Wasted On You, out next Friday, April 24.

The band announced the news on Twitter, saying, We promised you a new album in 2020 and we won’t let anything stop us. We are proud to begin sharing our new album The Bitter Truth with you, one piece at a time, starting with our first song Wasted On You next Friday!” 

The track is available to pre-order now.

The announcement follows confirmation of the band’s rescheduled dates on the Worlds Collide 2020 tour, which will now be hitting the UK and Europe in September/October.

It’s interesting, I’ve known for a long time that we share fans because I’ve heard of this band through the internet talking and our fans talking about them,” said Amy. The offer came up for us to do this tour together and we’re very excited about it. It just seems to make perfect sense, and we’re all really looking forward to it.” 

Catch the Worlds Collide tour at the following:

September

2 Glasgow SSE Hydro Arena
3 Leeds First Direct Arena
5 Birmingham Arena
6 London The O2
8 Amsterdam Ziggo Dome
9 Amsterdam Ziggo Dome
11 Brussels Palais
12 Brussels Palais
14 Paris Accor hotels Arena
17 Hamburg Barclaycard Arena
18 Leipzig Arena
21 Berlin Velodrom
22 Munich Zenith
24 Düsseldorf Mitsubishi Electric Halle
25 Esch-Sur-Alzette Rockhal
27 Zurich Hallenstadion
29 Milan Mediolanum Forum Milan 

October

1 Madrid Palacio Vistalegre (Evanescence only)

Read this next: A deep dive into Evanescence’s Bring Me To Life video

Posted on April 17th 2020, 5:41p.m.
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