DALLAS, TX (CelebrityAccess) — American rock band Evanescence has announced plans for a tour of the US set for this fall, the first since the band returned from a 3-year hiatus.
The 16-date tour kicks off on October 28th in Dallas and will hit theaters in markets across the US, including the Sanger Theatre in New Orleans and ACL Live At the Moody in Austin, TX.
The band had been on break since 2015 and has seen some changes in personnel, including the departure of longtime guitarist Terry Balsamo. Equilibrium guitarist Jen Majura replaced him when the group reformed to play several dates in the US ahead of an appearance at the Japanese edition of Ozzfest last November.
As well, the band departed from their label, Wind-Up records, which frontwoman Amy Lee had sued for unpaid royalties.
The new tour also follows on the heels of some new material from Amy Lee, though it might not be quite what Evanescence fans were hoping for. The album, Dream Too Much, is set for release on September 30th and is aimed at children, with original songs and covers of childhood classics like "Rubber Duckie." – Staff Writers