EVANESCENCE: New AMY LEE Audio Interview Available

EVANESCENCE performed a headlining concert at the Celebrity Theater in Phoenix, Arizona on October 27 in support of its latest release, "The Open Door". Watch fan-filmed highlight clips from YouTube.com. Check out pictures from Getty Images.

In other news, EVANESCENCE frontwoman Amy Lee was on the phone with Lowie of 2Day FM in Sydney, Australia on Thursday (November 2) to promote "The Open Door". Amy talked about the pressure of writing an album without founding guitarist Ben Moody, how the new album is more personal than "Fallen", how she's not friends with Ben anymore, whether "Call Me When You're Sober" is about her former boyfriend Shaun Morgan of SEETHER, and when to expect the band to tour Australia. Download and listen to the interview and a comedy sketch at 2dayfm.com.au:



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