EVANESCENCE Singer Talks Band Status

EVANESCENCE singer Amy Lee told E! Entertainment during a short interview Thursday morning (Dec. 4) that the band are no longer bothered by the sudden departure of founding guitarist Ben Moody. "EVANESCENCE is healthier than it's ever been. We're all very happy actually — including Ben. We're doing something that's just growing. The band is evolving, the band's changing."

Lee also spoke about the incredibly successful year that the band has had, supporting their major-label debut, "Fallen", which has sold over six million copies worldwide, including three million in the U.S. "It's been pretty amazing. I'd actually never left the country before this year, when we shot our first video in Romania, so it's been wild. I've been to Europe three times, and running all over the place, playing sold-out shows to thousands of people. It's something I really never planned on. I didn't even really consider myself a performer before a year ago."


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