LONDON, UK (Top40 Charts/ Live Nation UK)
Currently celebrating their 15 millionth Facebook Like, Grammy Award winning rock band Evanescence
are excited to announce that they will be returning to the UK for the first time since their brief visit in November 2011, when their self titled album topped the Billboard charts and other charts around the world.
They will be playing 4 shows kicking off at Nottingham Capital FM Arena
on 5th November and ending up at London's Wembley Arena.
The band have spent the summer playing sold out shows in Europe
and around the world and head out on their Carnival of Madness
tour in the US at the end of July. Recently singer Amy Lee was chosen as the recipient of the Luella Bennack Award at United Cerebral Palsy's 11th Annual Women Who Care Luncheon, for her work with the Out of The Shadows
charity. The band also played at the Nobel Peace Prize concert in Oslo at the end of last year.
The band's song "Lost In Paradise" is featured on, AMP Rock TV's new series "The Words." , whilst the last single "My Heart
Is Broken" has ramped up over 7 Million views.
The Used— Vocalist Bert McCracken, guitarist Quinn Allman, bassist Jeph Howard
and drummer Dan Whitesides (who replaced original drummer Branden Steineckert in 2006)—formed in Orem, Utah in 2001, signing to Reprise Records that same year. Championed by producer and collaborator John Feldmann, the band issued their gold-certified Self-Titled debut in 2002, quickly cementing the Used as leaders among the post-hardcore elite. The band then released the CD/DVD combo Maybe Memories in 2003, now certified platinum and still another gold record followed-2004's In Love And Death.
The Used's fifth full-length album, Vulnerable, was released earlier this year and has been followed by appearances at Warped Tour, Soundwave in Australia, dates in Asia and Europe, and full headlining runs through the U.S., not to mention a DVD in the works to commemorate their decade-plus anniversary.
Lost Alone recently wowed fans at this year's Download Festival in Donington Park and released their 3rd single 'Paradox On Earth' from their debut album 'I'm A UFO In This City' on the same weekend.
MONDAY 05 NOTTINGHAM CAPITAL FM ARENA
TUESDAY 06 MANCHESTER ARENA
THURSDAY 08 BIRMINGHAM NIA
FRIDAY 09 LONDON WEMBLEY ARENA
Tickets go on general sale at 9am Friday 20th July priced at £28.50 adv REG / £30.00 LONDON (subject to booking fee) and will be available from www.ticketmaster.co.uk or www.livenation.co.uk
is fronted by one of rock's most recognizable female voices, Amy Lee. Going into the release of their third studio album, the band has sold more than 23 million records world-wide and have amassed multiple music awards including 2 Grammys. Their 2003 debut studio album, Fallen,sold 17 million copies world wide and produced the global hit "Bring Me To Life," which reached #5 on the American Billboard charts. The album earned the band two Grammy Awards in 2004 for Best New Artist and Best Hard Rock Performance. The band's follow up was 2006's The Open Door, which sold more than 6 million copies worldwide and spawned the hit "Call Me When You're Sober." Evanescence
is Amy Lee (vocals, piano), Terry Balsamo (guitar), Troy McLawhorn (guitar), Tim McCord (bass) and Will Hunt (drums). For more information, please visit their website, www.evanescence.com.