In November, Evanescence’s special album, Synthesis, was released. The peculiarity of this publication is that all of the already released songs of the formation have been placed on it, of course, in each new dress. Naturally, the album also has a tour that will start in October, with Lindsey Stirling playing violin music.
The singer has recently been interviewed by the Belgian RTBF, who has been reporting on Evanescence’s past successes:
“I’m proud when I look back. I look back at early times and I see my face, especially when I look at an old interview from the Fallen tour and look completely like a kid since I was still a kid at that time, only for four years I have not lived in my parents’ house, I see myself, I’m like, Wow! An incredibly crazy thing happened. And I know there’s a lot of work behind that, because I’ve been trying to keep the band together and everything else that’s going to happen.”
-she began, and then finished her lines:
“This was a retrospective era, this box set was also a symbol of our history, and Synthesis is a beautiful mirror of my career.”