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American rock band Evanescence are set to release their fourth studio album this year. The brand new studio album from the band will be released sometime in the fall and will be titled “Synthesis”. The album will feature mostly a reimagining of the bands most loved songs that have been released over the years, plus two brand new tunes that the band have written and created this year. The reimagined songs will shine a spotlight on the complexity and style of music the band have become famous for, including their intense full orchestral sound with combined electronics.

Evanescence were founded in 1995 by lead female singer Amy Lee and guitarist Ben Moody. Since then, the band have released three successful albums, with their first album “Fallen” garnering them much of their fame. Fallen was released in 2003 and featured four singles that will most likely make it onto the new album including “Going Under”, “Bring Me to Life”, “My Immortal”, and “Everybody’s Fool”. Since 1995, Evanescence has featured many different band members, and as a result of the seemingly endless turnover of musicians and bandmates, Amy Lee is the only original member. In 2006, with a new line-up, the band released their second studio album titled “The Open Door”. Avid radio and music listeners will remember the big hit from this album was “Call Me When You’re Sober”.

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Although we don’t yet know an exact release date for the new album “Synthesis”, Evanescence have released their 2017 tour dates, which span venues and locations in both Canada and the United States.

Check out the 2017 Evanescence Synthesis Live Tour dates here:

Oct 14 – The Pearl Concert Theater, Las Vegas, NV

Oct 15 – Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA

Oct 17 – Comerica Theatre, Phoenix, AZ

Oct 20 – Revention Music Center, Houston, TX

Oct 22 – The Pavilion at Irving Music Factory, Irving, TX

Oct 23 – Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing Arts, New Orleans, LA

Oct 25 – Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN

Oct 27 – Chastain Park Amphitheatre, Atlanta, GA

Oct 28 – Ovens Auditorium, Charlotte, NC

Oct 30 – Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts, Pittsburgh, PA

Oct 31 – MGM National Harbor, Oxen Hill, MD

Nov 02 – Tower Theater, Upper Darby, PA

Nov 03 – Foxwoods Resort Casino Grand Theater, Mashantucket, CT

Nov 05 – Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA

Nov 07 – Sands Bethlehem Event Center, Bethlehem, PA

Nov 08 – Hippodrome Theatre, Baltimore, MD

Nov 10 – Kings Theatre, Brooklyn, NY

Nov 30 – Chicago Theatre, Chicago, IL

Dec 02 – The Palladium, Carmel, IN

Dec 05 – State Theatre, Minneapolis, MN

Dec 06 – Orpheum Theatre, Madison, WI

Dec 08 – Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, ON

Dec 09 – Caesar’s Windsor, Windsor, ON

Dec 11 – Kansas City Music Hall, Kansas City, MO

Dec 13 – Paramount Theatre, Denver, CO

Dec 15 – Grand Theatre at The Grand Sierra Resort, Reno, NV

Dec 16 – Masonic Auditorium, San Francisco, CA

Dec 19 – Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Portland, OR

And now, a little throwback to 2003: