Amy Lee is on the cover of this new edition of the British magazine Black Velvet, more details below:
We will update you as soon as we get the interview on it.
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As we previously announced, here you can listen to the full track in its studio version thanks to YouTube channel uploaded the song.
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Finally is here, a few minutes ago was published on the YouTube of Amp Rock TV an intimate version of “Lost In Paradise” which was recorded, apparently, during the Tour of the album “Evanescence” in an Arena/Theatre with background lights Amy Lee and wearing only a coat and her Grand Piano as usual.
Remember which means this simple according to Amy Lee in Track by Track review she had with NME:
We could say that the song is closest to the fans and what this album represent for the band.
Here the video of the acoustic version.
After narrowly losing out to Sharon den Adel of Within Tempation in the 2011 Rock Goddess of the Year competition, Evanescence siren Amy Lee earned the honor in the 2012 Loudwire Music Awards – thanks to overwhelming support from her devoted fans.
Lee took the lead right from the beginning and never trailed throughout the voting process. With 45.76 percent of the vote, the Evanescence singer garnered nearly half of the tens of thousands of votes that were cast in this category.
The race really turned out to be for second place with Halestorm’s Lzzy Hale edging out In This Moment’s Maria Brink and Lacuna Coil’s Cristina Scabbia for the runner-up position.
We’d like to congratulate Amy Lee on her victory and officially name her Rock Goddess of the Year! See the full results below here:
After of end date of the Tour with Evanescence, drummer Will Hunt returned with one of his many projects.
Yesterday minutes after Amy told us about the acoustic LIP, Will posted a very special video where we can see him on the drums playing the single “What You Want”.
The sound and image are just of the battery, so it’s a new experience for fans of Evanescence. Here you can see him:
Here another video of the same pitch, but of a song of Black Label Society:
Source: Page on Facebook of Will Hunt
A intensive debate took place on Twitter today after Wind-Up Records, through their social network account announced that would not release the b-side of The Open Door, “If You Do not Mind”.
Remember that the past December 16th, also by Twitter, Wind-Up hinted that try to make arrangements to release the song. After that, through soundcloud was filtered a preview of 31 seconds of the b-side of The Open Door, but now cleared all doubts and speculations.
Here you can see the tweets of Wind-Up Records label: