EVANESCENCE: New Video Interview With AMY LEE Available

A video interview with EVANESCENCE frontwoman Amy Lee, conducted on June 3, 2007 when the band performed at the Lotto Arena in Antwerpen, Belgium, has been posted at YouTube. Watch the report, which also includes footage from the concert, at this location.

EVANESCENCE frontwoman Amy Lee revealed during an interview with NME.COM that the band will film a video for its next single, "Good Enough", later in the month in Budapest, Hungary. Watch the interview with Amy and guitarist Terry Balsamo, conducted at this past weekend's Download festival (which took place June 8-10 at Donington Park, Leicestershire, England) at YouTube.

EVANESCENCE debuted its new lineup on May 19 at the Rock on the Range festival in Columbus, Ohio. The touring band now includes guitarist Troy McLawhorn and drummer Will Hunt, both of DARK NEW DAY, who replaced John LeCompt and Rocky Gray.


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