EVANESCENCE have announced a handful of late-2003 shows in support of their double-platinum major-label debut, "Fallen". Also appearing at the dates will be SEETHER, FINGER ELEVEN and GODHEAD.
As previously reported, EVANESCENCE have lined up a non-album version of the "Fallen" cut "My Immortal" for their next single, according to the band's web site.
"If you've seen EVANESCENCE in concert on their most recent tour," reads a message posted on the site, "you've experience the incredible thrill when the whole band kicks into 'My Immortal' halfway into the song. Response to this arrangement was so strong that the band has produced a new version of 'My Immortal'."
The updated version of the song is streaming at the band's web site. Check it out: Windows Media, Real Audio.
EVANESCENCE tour dates:
Nov. 23 - San Jose, CA - Event Center Arena
Dec. 01 - Carbondale, IL - SIU Arena
Dec. 02 - Champaign, IL - Assembly Hall
Dec. 03 - Cedar Falls, IA - UNI Dome
Dec. 05 - Saint Cloud, MN - Halenbeck Hall
Dec. 12 - Montreal, QUE - Bell Centre
Dec. 13 - Quebec City, QUE - Colisee Pepsi
Dec. 14 - Mississauga, ONT - Arrow Hall
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