Amy Lee



EVANESCENCE singer Amy Lee has spoken out about the "safety" issue that caused the cancelation of the band's appearance at the Knotfest Meets Forcefest in Mexico City in November 2019. According to reports, the stage barricade broke during BEHEMOTH's set and it was impossible to fix it in time for either of the two scheduled closers — SLIPKNOT and EVANESCENCE — to perform. Some fans at the festival reacted angrily at the cancelation, storming the stage and destroying equipment, including EVANESCENCE's gear. A viral video from Knotfest captured several incidents of vandalism, including fans storming the stage, grabbing EVANESCENCE drummer Will Hunt's drum kit and then lighting it on fire.
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‘The Rolling Stone Interview: Special Edition’ With Evanescence’s Amy Lee

Evanescence’s first big year out in 2003 was a whirlwind rush to the top for the band. Their debut single, “Bring Me to Life,” landed on the Daredevil soundtrack and subsequently made deft parkour moves up to Number Five on the Billboard singles chart thanks to the way the band blended nü-metal aggression with frontwoman Amy Lee’s gothic leanings. Within a few months, their first album, Fallen climbed to Number Three on the Billboard 200 (eventually, it would be certified seven-times platinum), thanks to the similarly dusky hard-rock single “Going Under” and the classical-leaning ballad “My Immortal.”

Amy Lee and Lzzy Hale Can’t Wait to Get Back to Philly

Now this is a Zoom we don’t mind unmuting ourselves on! Pierre and Jaxon met up with Amy Lee and Lzzy Hale in Studio Z to talk about their upcoming tour. The ladies share their predictions of what it’ll be like to FINALLY perform live again, potential on-stage collabs, new music, and Amy’s famous guacamole recipe.

Hear Evanescence's Amy Lee Interviewed by Spiritbox's Courtney LaPlante

For Evanescence diehards, Revolver has two limited-edition Spring Issue bundles featuring a numbered slipcase, alternate cover and one of a pair of exclusive shirts featuring portraits of Amy Lee by photographer Kristin Cofer. Get yours before they're gone!. For the Evanescence cover story of Revolver's new Spring Issue, we knew...

Aquaria as Amy Lee

Introduction by Erica Russell / Photography by Tanner Abel and Nicholas Needham. For Amy Lee, the act of performing has always presented an opportunity to transform herself. Offstage, the lead singer of Evanescence — once a symbol of Y2K-era pop culture, who has transcended the musical zeitgeist as one of the industry's most adaptable, reigning icons — exudes a friendly, effortless warmth and earnestness. In a casual setting (in this case, over Zoom), her energy gives off the vibe of a big sister or childhood friend: playful, comforting, familiar. Onstage or in her music videos, however, the musician undergoes a dramatic metamorphosis. Mic in hand, jet-black hair billowing behind her as that big, angelic voice erupts, she suddenly becomes Amy Lee: unstoppable, inimitable rock trailblazer.
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2 of rock’s top female voices, Amy Lee, Lzzy Hale of Evanescence, Halestorm to tour together with concert in Michigan

Tickets (starting at $39.50) go on sale Friday, May 14 at 10 a.m. at, or All venue box offices are currently closed. Amy Lee of Evanescence and Lzzy Hale of Halestorm are not only collaborators, but close friends. Last year, Hale performed back-up vocals on Evanescence’s “Use My Voice,” while Lee joined Hale on a new version of Halestorm’s “Break In.”