EVANESCENCE Perform At THE 2003 TEEN CHOICE AWARDS
EVANESCENCE performed their latest singe, "Going Under", at "The 2003 Teen Choice Awards", which were taped Saturday (Aug 2) at Universal Amphitheatre in Universal City, California. The band were also presented with the "Rock Track" award for "Bring Me To Life" at the event, which will be televised Wednesday, August 6 between 8:00 and 10:00 p.m. (ET/PT) on Fox. Check out pictures from Wire Image.
As previously reported, EVANESCENCE's major label debut album, "Fallen", was certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association Of America (RIAA) for sales of two million records. Sales have been fueled by the multi-format smash "Bring Me To Life", which features Paul McCoy of 12 STONES. EVANESCENCE will team up with COLD, REVIS, CAUTERIZE and FINGER ELEVEN for the upcoming Nintendo Fusion Tour beginning tonight (Aug. 4) in Universal City, California. The trek will feature live music as well as a host of Nintendo games.
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