Released five years after The Open Door, Evanescence's third album picks up where the last one left off, with vocalist Amy Lee singing songs about death, angst, and brokenness over her band's dark gothic grooves. Evanescence also finds room to experiment with other influences, working drum loops and synthesizers into an otherwise guitar-heavy sound. Although Steve Lillywhite was originally scheduled to produce, he was eventually replaced by Nick Raskulinecz, who brings the same sort of bottom-heavy crunch to Evanescence that he gave to the Foo Fighters' In Your Honor.
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Performance CreditsEvanescence Primary Artist
Antoine Silverman Concert Master
Chris Vrenna Keyboards
Peter Donovan Bass
Hiroko Taguchi Violin,Viola
Jonathan Dinklage Violin,Viola
Anja Wood Cello
Maxim Moston Violin
Claire Bryant Cello
Claire Chan Violin
Entcho Todorov Violin
Michael Roth Violin
Susan Perelman Violin
Dave Eggar Cello
Sarah Pratt Violin
Technical CreditsJohn Nicholson Drum Technician
Chris Vrenna Programming
Mike Simmons Guitar Techician,Bass Technician
Paul Fig Engineer
Andrew Lurie Management
Zach Williams Composer
Phillis Sparks Instrument Technician
William B. Hunt Composer,Programming
Nick Rakulinecz Producer
Amy Lee Composer
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Best bandever! keep rockin Amy!
This album will take your breath away. Kudos to Amy Lee on her new album.
This new CD is alive and incredible. Amy's voice is no less than perfection. Now I can see why Daniel Lee Wilt seems to have a crush on her in his book, "Between Chains and Freedom", although the poems don't come right out and say so. Surely this is the Amy is the siren that he speaks of. And for good reason. This album, and all of her albums are mandatory on any shelf.
I have heard several songs from the new cd and they are amazing. Highly recommnd , so, don't hesitate to buy it. And if you get a chance to see them live you won't be disappointed. AMY ROCKS