A huge number of the general population is “music sweethearts” and they listen to music at any stage of life. The music is a workmanship that makes you feel great in a significant number of circumstances. These circumstance rely on the mindset of an individual. Sometime the individual feels down and he might want to listen to pitiful tunes and similarly he is upbeat and at that point they should avoid these tragic melodies. Once in a while, you can say that music is the treatment for the cerebrum. You may find many of the people who seem to think that music is a waste of time and you can do many of the other things in order to relax but they do not know the actual power of music. Many of the restaurants play music just to attract the customers as it seems to be more fascinating to listening to the music while eating, spending time with your dear one and while having some sort of meetings.
Today music is utilized for a large number of the ailments from the release of tension/stress to dealing with many psychological issues. In this article, you will know about the Evanescence band, but first let’s briefly introduce them to you. Its past crew members include Ben Moody, David Hodges, Will Boyd, Rocky Gray, John LeCompt and Terry Balsamo. The latest Amy Lee, Tim McCord, Will Hunt, Troy McLawhom, Jen Majura.
Evanescence is a rock band that is pursuing its passion in America. Little Rock is the place where all started. Amy Lee who was the pianist and Ben Moody who was the guitarist at that time were the main people who founded Evanescence. First, they decided to record the solo albums and after gaining popularity they decided to release their first band based album. Their first album was “Fallen” which was released in 2003. This album helped the band gain immense popularity as more than 17 million copies were sold worldwide. Due to the success of Fallen, the band managed to get the Grammy awards. They got the award for two times and secured the position among seven nominations. Some interesting facts about the band are discussed below.
Facts about the Evanescence
In 2004, the band performed its first live performance and presented the album, “Anywhere but Home”. More than 1 million recordings were sold of this album. “An open door” was their second studio album which managed to sell 5 million copies worldwide.
In 2002, David Hodges left the band and then the co-founder, Ben Moody left in 2003. Between the years 2006 to 2015 many changes were made as many of the crew members left Evanescence.
After the changes, the next three albums couldn’t feature the same members. The band hired many of the temporary members to perform worldwide. In the year 2009, the new crew members were revealed. They released the Evanescence album which was a masterpiece and sold more than 127,000 copies and managed to get in the top of Billboard 200 list.
The albums, digital, rock, alternative, and the hard rock album also managed to get at the top of other Billboard lists. They also promoted their many albums during 2012. They introduced us to “Troy Mclawhorn”, “Pretty Reckless” and “The fair to Midland”. In the same year, many of the hiatus entered the band.
In 2015, after a long gap, the band announced that they are continuing their journey of making music and announced that the members of the group weren’t the same. Amy Lee was trying to focus on pursuing her solo performances during this period and Majura was replaced by Balsamo because Balsamo decided to leave the band.
In the year 2016, Evanescence started another tour and Amy Lee announced that the band will resume its passion and work to release the fourth album which would be revealed in 2017. “Synthesis” was released as its fourth album on 10th of November 2017. This album produced the stylistic change in the sound of the band.
In 2003, they got the Kerrang awards for the best international newcomer. The same year the MTV Europe Music Awards awarded them for the best song. Amy Lee also released the album for children and named it “Dream Too Much”. Many of the soundtracks of the movies are chosen from the band’s songs.